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- Spanish 2
“It was a time where there were no cell phones, no pagers, no nothing. You just went out with your friends and came back before it got dark.” In this interview, conducted in December 2017 in Chula Vista, California, Valeria...
As I interviewed my Mom I realized a lot of stuff that I didn’t know about her. Overall the interview went great.
My dad and I basically talked about his grandparents and how he was influenced by other people and also about some tough times.
This conversation is in spanish. Important topics were discused such as the Mexico City, 8.0 magnitude, earthquake that occurred on September 19, 1985. Also the Gasoline Explosions that occurred in Guadalajara, Jalisco on April 22, 1992. Along with the first...
My mother I talked about how her life was like grow my up. We discussed certain problems she had growing up, regrets, and her happiest moment in her life.
We spoke about how life in 80s Mexico was very different from how life is now. We speak about my mother’s childhood, how she met my dad, alcoholism in the family, and moving to the United States. The interview is...
In this video I talked to my grandma (Mami Carmen). I talked about my grandma’s job which she started as a nurse then she went to a specialist nurse and got the highest rank , I talked about her childhood...
Nila Batty discusses her experience while her Husband Ron Batty served an LDS Mission from 1953-1956. She also talks about her dad.
How special Adela Rojas is, and why she should be remembered in history.
We talked about memories that my mom enjoyed and about how family is very important for her.
“I don’t care what people think, I will do anything and everything for my children.” On December 21, 2018, Daisy Salinas talked about her experience of leaving her home in El Salvador to come to the United States. She explains...
I spoke with Mr. A on the legacy of the Martin High School Marching Band of the lates 1970s and early 1980s. The pride, rivalries, and traditions that were instilled through music to Martin High School, Laredo, South Texas, and...
I learned more about my Tata today. He loves God with all his heart, and he loves me!
I asked my aunt about where she grew up and her acting career.
Back then when I was 19 years old I had to leave my family back brothers and my parents for looking new opportunities for life.
Juana Maria Arenas de la Riva (66) is interviewed by her son Manuel Barragan Arenas (33) about growing up with her grandparents in México, immigrating to the U.S. and her teenage years in California.
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Chicago, Illinois, Paulo Martinez (16) interviews his father Ruben Martinez (47) about his childhood in Mexico City and the memories that came along. Mr. Martinez shares with us the neighborhood he grew...
The story is about my character, Bonito, crossing over the border with his mother and what led up to it.
“You have to go back. And you’re going back to train for the Olympics.” During the 1968 Mexico City Olympics, many black athletes were called upon to protest racial inequality. Not all were able to do so. This was the...