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Debbie shares her childhood of growing up in Indonesia to starting a family and becoming a wife in America.
I really enjoyed spending my day with you grandma and I love you.
Acy is an Indonesian woman, and pastor to New Community Church Dili. She talks about community, faith, suffering and hope.
In 1965-66, Sora Frankel and her husband Aaron Frankel taught at the Joint Embassy school in Jakarta. In this conversation, Sora discusses teaching in the school, dealing with the results of the uprising of 1965, and employing household servants.
September is National Preparedness Month! Katherine Chon, Director of the Office on Trafficking in Persons and Natalie Grant, Director of the Office of Human Services Emergency Preparedness and Response at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, spoke about...
Frank age 98 on Providence Hospice, of Dutch Indonesian heritage born in east Indies shares reflections with his son Frank who lives with his father about serving in the Dutch Indonesian army and being a prisoner of war for three...
Father, Steve Ingledew, shares memorable stories from his childhood vacations and travels
An interview with father Larry Vranka about his valuable memories from his life and the people in them. He speaks about his experience with the September 11th attacks while he was out of the country, important advice his family gave...
This interview consists of my mom's life in Pekanbaru, Indonesia, and how she was the first in her family to get a higher education than high school after making the trip to America.
Shandra Woworuntu (44) talks with her friend and mentor, Katie Ford (65), about her decision to find work in the US so she could escape the violence in her home country of Indonesia. Shandra talks about how her new job...
Grandson interviews grandfather about immigrating from Communist Vietnam to America and about family history.
My dad’s story of how culture, religion, and more impacted his journey from Indonesia to the US.
One Small Step partners Thomas "Tom" Tjomstol (75) and Madeleine "Maddy" Frey (42) have a conversation about their lives, their backgrounds, and some of the things they have in common.
My dad talks about his life and struggles before and during the Vietnam War up to his escape and adjustment to life here in the US... plus how he met and eventually married my mom. Stories of tense sail-boating trips,...
Rachel and Winny talk about lessons learned from living in different places.
One Small Step partners Beverly "Bev" DuGay (90) and Brandon Gaide (40) talk about their upbringings, the challenges that they have observed in their church communities, and their experiences of finding friendship in different places.
In 1965-66, Sora Frankel and her husband Aaron Frankel taught at the Joint Embassy school in Indonesia. In this conversation, Sora describes how they received the job offer, obtained visas, and made the trip via Hawaii and Thailand to Jakarta.
On November 28, 2020, I, Ella Thomason Glenn, interviewed my grandfather on the topics of childhood, war years, ancestry, as well as everyday life.
Dyah "Arin" Hening (36) talks with her friend Michiko Nabila (28) about their shared yet unique experiences as Indonesian immigrants who live in Boise, Idaho.
Jana Dickman tells some of her essential story after returning to The United States from Indonesia in the midst of the Coronavirus Pandemic. Our conversation includes her experience teaching abroad when COVID-19 began, being evacuated from Southeast Asia in Spring...
Honest vulnerability made Shyla and I fast friends when we met in Southeast Asia, far from our Southern roots. I also became a fan of her writing (under the pseudonym S.M. Holland) and took this opportunity to discuss "Get In...
Today I talked with my friend and neighbor Lila who is taking a gap year in Indonesia with Princeton.
Margaret Lim speaks about her experience immigrating from Indonesia to the United States.