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J.H. Cho (82) tells his daughter Sandra Cho (49) about immigrating to the United States from Korea in 1964.
My mom talks about her jobs, putting my dad through school, cars, motherhood and the IRS.
My grandmother talks about the struggle of immigration and the cultural differences between Korea and the United States
Anthony is my roommate/ good friend. He’s a first generation student at San Francisco State University. In this interview we discuss his challenging adversities to be where he is today.
life in the 40s and 50s, embracing life, unconditional love and care for everyone
Gary Silberstein (78) talks to his friend Delphine Foo-Macklin (43) and recalls surviving a near-death experience when a surfing trip with a friend went awry.
We talked about a lot, from becoming a stay at home mom, to marriage, to trusting your gut, and so much more.
Life working as a roadie in the Petaluma, Bay Area and national music scene in the late 60s through early 80s, specifically work touring with Sammy Hagar.
Ripley Hotch, 77, puts his perspective on what has changed and what has remained in the LGBTQ "community" over the past 50 years by sharing anecdotes from growing up as a member of the “Lucky Few” gay generation. These include...
A 3-time Playboy Cover Model, Melissa Jean shares her life as a traveling freelance model, its challenges and its ups and downs
Gay rights activist since ‘68– early actions confronting immigration law
The role of a healthcare provider in the greater community and how family values shape a person.
We talk about how harsh the transition to America was and the intense culture shock my mother experienced, along with her good experiences as well.
Carla describes her childhood being the child of Italian immigrants and growing up in the Bay Area
Susan Glantz tells the story of her catholic-raised childhood and her journey through life. She then speaks of how important god is to her and how she encouragess future generations to stay in faith.
We talked about my granddad’s childhood in Ohio, his time in the Navy and working for Ma Bell in California