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An interview with my mom about her past life and what is was like moving from South Korea to the United States as a child.
This is about the history of my family and how we eventually arrived in the US.
Talked about his past & how he adapted to America
This is an interview about my family’s heritage, which stemmed from South Korea. We talk about why my family immigrated to the US and our traditions.
Traveling while black means researching more than ticket prices and exchange rates. There's a savviness to surviving racism in the United States and abroad as colorism, cultural appropriation, and xenophobia abound. Robin's faced it all as a black woman teaching...
Growing up in a suburb city like Irvine, I wanted to know how my mother grew up in her hometown of rural Paju and how she became the person who inspires me to this day.
My Grandpa describes his experiences at war and his history.
In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Brielle, New Jersey, Rosemary van der Net (14) interviews her older cousin Olivia (23). Olivia shares her struggles of growing up in a divorced household and her education. She also shares about...
We talked about some of her memories and then we talked about her family life and her story of moving to the U.S.
An interview with my older sister about her experiences and advices in life so far. She talks about what she hopes her future will hold, as well as reflecting on how her past growing up has helped her grow.
Best friends Lymon Sanderson (51) and Robert McCord (56) share a conversation about their experiences with addiction, homelessness, recovery, and finding homes. They also discuss the roles family, friendship, and God play in their lives.
My grandfather talked about his childhood in Korea and his experiencing coming to America.
Here we talk about my grandfathers life experiences. He advises me on how to live life and what to do and not to do.
Interesting and funny interview with ji hye
Majorie Works (65) shares with her conversation partner Hazel Diaz (36) stories from her over 20 years of experience in the U.S Air Force.
Scott Gomer (60) talks with his wife, Maria Gomer (56), about life as an Air Force family. Topics include the frequent moves, spending time apart during assignments, and the sense of community the military provides.
The life story of my grandfather, Les Gore.
I ask questions about my father and his life. My fathers name is Brian Lee and he is 42 years old. He was born in Busan South Korea. I learned about his upbringing, challenges and learned lessons he experienced.
One Small Step partners Margaret Arnette Woody (64) and Philip Perkins (44) talk about their upbringings, the influence their parents had on them, and how their political views are shaped by their experiences as people of color.
Today I talked about my Papa’s life in the car. We talked about his life, childhood, kids, memories, and favorite things in his life. I had 14 questions to ask him but he had short answers so I had to...
Reflecting on the past of a Korean-American's experience without an ear canal nor ear drum.
Mrs. Taylor talks about the how the North Koreans assasinated the First Lady of South Korea in 1974. She lived in South Korea in the early 70s.
My grandfather tells me the stories of his service on the Military Railroad Service in American based Japan during the Korean War. He gives personal insight into his experience as a young American man in an unfamiliar land during wartime.
Jay and GY, Intensive English Program students from South Korea, discuss stereotypes with Alex, their Language Partner from the U.S. Stereotypes include ones that foreigners have of Korean people and ones they had before coming to the U.S.
This is an interview of my dad. We briefly talk about his career. After we talk more in depth about his childhood. He talks about lessons that he learned in life and some things you should keep in mind.