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The person I interviewed was my neighbor Mr. Jalal Arabzadeh. He explained how hard work and never giving up can lead to success no matter what the situation is. Mr Jalal talked about how his life changed when he moved...
My Dad talked about his experience during the Iranian Revolution, and what was going on back then. He also explained to me more in detail about the Iran-Iraq war, and what it was like living during that time when there...
My Father, Tooraj Badie, recants his childhood in Iran, and describes his journey to America.
I interviewed my mom about her life and how she ended up where she is.
My dad is from Iran and had first-hand experience with the revolution that took place in 1979. He has many stories and many opinions on the life there and decided to leave the country when he was 23.
An 8 minute interview with an immigrant from Iran. He immigrated in 1976, still lives in the US to this day.
Parissa Neamati recalls her struggles with coming to America from a war zone between Iran and Iraq. Through thick and thin, her and her family remained connected and were able to maintain the rich Persian culture in an entirely new...
A daughter interviews her Dad about his childhood, debating politics with his dad, when he became a hippy, hitchiking through Europe, discovering the rennaissance faire, and how he met my mom.
My dad and I talked about what was popular when he was younger and what it was like back then. Also, he said where he was during important historical events.
I wanted to further understand my mom’s upbringing in America and her struggles with being from Iran at a time where people had very negative images of it. I asked her questions about her experiences with racial prejudice and discrimination...
This interview showed how my uncle became what he is today. He explained to me that hard work, perseverance, and grit were needed to become successful. After the interview he said, “rocks will be thrown at you, but you have...
Donya Farhangi reminisces about her journey from her childhood in Iran to her path to earning her citizenship in America.
Asking my grandfather about his life
I interviewed my father and mother and asked them about their personal experience and opinion on the past and current political events in Iran.
This is an interview with my father, Homan Toussimehr, in which we touch upon subjects of socialization and how life here in the United States differed from Iran.
In this touching interview, directed in December of 2019 in Santa Monica, California, Sophie Salem (15) interviews her father, Morris Salem about his one of a kind childhood. Growing up in Tehran, Iran, Morris had to deal with the struggles...
Martha K. Ward (66) interviews her friend, Peggy Kelsey (63) about her project photographing women in Afghanistan.
Pamela Shamshiri was nine years old when the Iranian Revolution began. Pamela and her mother and brother were in Los Angeles for Christmas when the revolution started. Her father went back to Iran, but the other three family members stayed...
My Grandpa talks about his time in the Navy and thing that he remembers about it.
Afsaneh Abree talks about her experience growing up during the Iranian Revolution and her experience as an immigrant after 9/11