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This interview is about my grandpa Jose Zuniga, how he grew up as a kid. Also important things he has in his life.
Estelle Guo (18) speaks with her foreign teacher Mariah Lin (23) about their life in China and in U.S. and values about immigrants and women’s power.
We talked about the advantages and disadvantages of moving and living in the USA.
In this interview, conducted in November of 2018 in Vestavia Hills, Alabama, Zia Tahmaseb (16) interviews her grandmother, Ulla Tahmaseb (82), about what it was like to grow up in Germany during WW2 as a child. We talk about what...
Donald Folsom is a Marine Corps veteran of WWII who shares his experiences and how the war has impacted him and our country. He has had some difficult and hard times, but no matter what he loves our country.
My grandma Trude was eleven years old when she and her parents escaped from Austria in the early 1940’s, on one of the last boats to the U.S. Her entire extended family perished in the concentration camps except a couple...
In this interview done with Edgar Contreras (16) and his father Jose (46), they talk about the father's childhood growing up and who were his main influences in his life so far. They also talked over how Jose has came...
My dad, Victor, goes on a journey from Mexico to the USA, experiencing new things but not forgetting what’s most important- family.
Elliot Mock, 16, interviews his mother Danielle, 47, on her experience during the COVID-19 pandemic. It was recorded on May 29, 2022, at a point when the virus existed at a much smaller scale, yet its effects were taking a...
This interview is about how my mom overcoming moving into the u.s and obstacles she went through
Una entrevista entre madre y hija, en donde la hija le hace preguntas a su mamá sobre ser una inmigrante mexicana y como eso le ha afectado a su vida.
This is an interview with my mom about her childhood, life in Vietnam and generally anything that she wanted to share (also sorry that this isn't in English my mom isn't fluent enough for that)
So, with this interview, I let my brother express himself about his childhood for the first few questions. With that, he describes how exactly he lived in Honduras and also, how his parents were like too. Between that, he also...
We talked about how my mother came to the U.S. She explained the challenges she had to face coming to a new county.
I talked to my father about his experiences living in a foreign country and serving for a foreign army. Talk to my father also about his experiences with immigration, his education, his childhood and his marriage.
He was happy to serve in the military and happy to be interviewed.