Service Learning Project

Service Learning Project for my APUSH class. Talked to my mom about her life and me.

Jeremia Flores and my mom Sonia Flores talks about her past and accomplish.

In this interview, conducted in April 27, 2020 in Los Angles, California, Jeremia Flores (16) interviews his mother Sonia Flores (48) about her past and the person who she admires my grandmother. She talks about a lot about my grandmother...

Barry Gordon

Barry Gordon (82) talks with his children Allegra (42) and Jeremy Gordon (36) about stories from childhood, science experiments, and his unique path from physics to the psychology of encounter groups and psychics in the 1970s, and into a career...

Service Learning Project: Interviewing My Mom's Life In the Philippines

Here I interviewed my mom about her life in the Philippines and how it felt coming to Los Angeles.

Kidney donor gets to know her recipient

Catherine saw a flyer at Starbucks that Eli needed a kidney. Now she gets to know him months after she donated her kidney to him. Eli and Catherine are both back to good health.

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Patricia Perez and Norma Perez

Patricia Perez (61) speaks with her sister Norma Perez (51) about their family background, going to college, and starting her own business. The pair also talk about how important they are to each other.

APUSH Story Corps

I asked to record my mom for the public and she talked about her life and who impacted her.

Daughterisms vs Motherisms

A conversation between a mother and daughter who realize they aren’t so different after all, despite all of the bumps along the way.

A personal recollection of living through 9/11

Can you imagine witnessing the biggest news story unfold in real time? Well Ann Gurrola and many others who were alive in the early 2000’s did. I interviewed my mom, Ann Gurrola on the terrorist attack of the twin towers...

Manny, 16

A glimps in the life of a 16 year old boy living in Los Angels California. From when he was raised, to his message to future generations.

Mommy and Me

My mom and I talk about where she grew up and her life here in Los Angeles after immigrating from Mexico.

Interviewing my Hispanic mother, Luz.

I interviewed my Hispanic mother. I asked her insightful questions which range from discussing her immigration status to her religious beliefs.

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Jasmine Leiva and Maria Leiva

Maria Leiva (55) tells her daughter Jasmine Leiva (33) about her upbringing in a rural part of El Salvador, moving into the city for work, and leaving El Salvador to come to Los Angeles after the war in El Salvador...

A Marriage of Opposites

We discuss the cultural differences of our childhoods and how it’s had a beautiful impact on our marriage, despite the difficulty of reaching common ground.

Behind the Orange Curtain

Financial perspectives and OC realizations by Armond Herndon and Anita Coleman who became friends at Irvine Rotary.

An interview with Dad

An interview between a daughter and her 91 year old father and some of his history as a Chicano growing up in Los Angeles and his life in the Marine Corps.

Crossing the Border

We talked about the story of how my dad came to the US. He brought up his ups and downs and told me his obstacles. He talked about his family and how coming to the US impacted him. He also...

Mother and I

My mom and I talked about her childhood and memories that she cherishes.

Where Towers Once Stood

Two beautiful buildings that seemed impossible to be taken down collapsed on September 11, 2001. Aden Strong interviewed his father, Craig Strong, on January 9, 2019 in Los Angeles California. 9/11 was the day two planes were hijacked in New...

Thankful For Her Experiences

My name is Guadalupe Cruz. I am 16 years old and me and my mom live in Los Angeles, Ca. My mom explains her life when she first comes to the Us and how she is grateful for every experience...