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Ilona Nanay (31) talks with her mom, Julia Nanay (69), about her experiences fleeing Hungary, growing up in the United States, and living through a global pandemic. Julia shares how difficult it was for her family to start over in...
Being in quarantine is unique and different for everyone. So, I got the chance to speak with Martin Carpio (15), KYCC youth program participant. We shared our life in quarantine and were able to express our feelings about this time!
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...
Dennis Nguyen (26) talks to his nephew (16) and gives a little bit of advice on how to live a stable life, get through school, and survive this pandemic.
Amidst Thanksgiving preparations of 2019, Linda Pfeffer speaks with her grandson, Nico Joel, while his mother talks about teriyaki chicken in the background. Linda shares about her relationship with God, Catholicism, and spirituality in general that resonates with Nico as...
A person who can go through multiple losses, play sports, and be passionate about her work is a truly great person to be around; that person is Luanne Regis. Luanne is a black woman from Trinidad & Tobago, in the...
How Fidel learned to say his long term friend, Rubens last name.
Throughout Richard Wright's novel, Black Boy, Richard is often curious. Through curiosity Richard finds something he's passionate about, reading. In this interview I ask my brother Justin Platt and my friend Danny Pinter about what passions they've discovered about themselves...
It is 2018 in Los Angeles, California and fifteen year old Emma Goss interviews Olga Friedman, her beloved Grandmother, about her journey to Los Angeles from Sonora, Mexico. The interview takes place in the bedroom of Emma on the morning...
Writer S.C. Smith talks about coping and creating with his mother’s Alzheimer’s
Mostly about photography, and then a final question on personal hardship.
My dad talked about his family and his political views on Mexico and The United States
In this interview I ask my mother a couple questions of what she thinks of the U. S.
Daphne and Henry Carr discuss their favorite memories from childhood, such as moments on the Empire State Building, attending musicals, and listening to cassette tapes in libraries with a future life-partner.
Photographer Will Wilson shares stories about inspiration, reverence, vigilance and empathy
An interview of Peter Wilson
27 year old Peruvian immigrant talks about his life as an illegal immigrant, falling in love, and becoming a high school history teacher.