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Learning about what it’s like to be in the Havana as young child during Fidel Castro’s reign and also the troubles of a teenager in Cuba.
We talked about how my father’s childhood was like, and the struggles him and his family went through to get to where they are today.
A interview about my grandmothers life and struggles in Cuba
Bennett, 14, interviews his Grandpa, 70, about growing up in Cuba and coming to America.
My grandfather spoke of his life born in Camagüey and moving to havana and then his life going throughout up until Castro and my grandmother did about the same.
Sadé Lewis interviews her great uncle Astead Green where they talk about his life as a child and as an adult. The interview also discusses Green's time spent in the military, the years that he spent as a nurse, and...
Jessi Calzado-Esponda (31) is interviewed by her friend and coworker Ryan Campbell (29) about her experiences as an involuntary refugee during the 1994 Cuban Rafter Crisis and starting her new life in America afterwards.
Grandmother was Traveling to Miami in the late 60’s. Unfortunately on your flight happened to be a Cuban immigrant who ended up hijacking the plane in order to get back to Cuba to see his family and return home. Unfortunately...
This is a story of Roger Sosa’s life, and how the Cuban Revolution impacted it.
This is the story of Roger Sosa’s life, and how the Cuban Revolution impacted his life.
Gemma talks about her journey that lead her to Providence St. Joseph.
Al Pola (62) connects with their One Small Step partner, Mani Mahadevan (60) over their experience as immigrants and discuss topics like cultural identity, police perceptions of the public, and racism.
Mari Teresa Fernandez (67) and her husband, Albert R. Fernandez (71), discuss memories of growing up. Albert Fernandez describes growing up in the immigrant neighborhood of Ybor City in Tampa, Florida. Mari Fernandez describes migrating from Cuba at seven years...