Norita Villalobos (Tata)

An interview done by me to my grandmother that I call “Tata” since I was born. She is Maracay, Venezuela, my hometown and I am in Weston, Florida where I recently live. We communicated by Skype.

Carlos Leon “Coming from Venezuela” interview

Carlos Leon is my Venezuelan roommate who came to the USA with political asylum after crisis struck Venezuela. He has had to go through many challenges, including learning English. He is also single and ready to mingle.

Venezuelan Nuns and Coming to Brooklyn

I interviewed my mother-in-law, Barbara Aiello, about her childhood in Venezuela, her move to Brooklyn, our family and when she used to play pranks on the nuns in her Catholic school.

My venezuelan grandma

Today, December 12, 2019 interviewed my gradma, Doris Guerrero who has 76 years old. We did the interview in Spanish because she doesn’t speak English. We are from Venezuela, Caracas and she is today with me ( Daniela ) and...

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Tallat Choudry and Seemi Choudry

Tallat Choudry (68) talks to her daughter Seemi Choudry (30) about her childhood in Pakistan, her family and education, early married life in the US and Venezuela, her career, and being a mother of four.

Angelica Romero and Andres Parra

Angelica growing up in Maracaibo Venezuela and moving to Caracas and meeting Andres dad

Interviewing Dad

In this interview, I got to ask my dad many questions I was curious about and receive some pleasant answers. I was even surprised by some of the things he answered, but I enjoyed every moment of the interview.

Mommy Chats with Yolanda Febres

My mom is the most significant individual that is a part of my life. Her life, her story is the reason why I am here today smiling and enjoying the many blessings I have.

My mom Mariana

We talked about the past and the good old memories of my childhood and many of the greatest moments of my mother’s life

Linnea and her Abuela talk about Abuela’s first experiences in America

Linnea Guy (13), from Greenville, South Carolina and Miriam Wood (69), also from Greenville but originally from Caracas, Venezuela, discuss early experiences from Miriam’s first months spent in America. In this interview, conducted in Greenville, South Carolina on November 28,...

Learning About My Father – George Sabeh

My father tells me about how working hard and being flexible to different cultures and lifestyles is valuable in life, how he wants me to find happiness and be happy, and recounts his experiences. Immigrating from Venezuela to Syria to...

Interview with Daniel Mayz

Our family history starting with his childhood all the way until his adulthood.

Rania Mazouz interviews Gustavo Cruz about his life and growing up in Venezuela

In this interview, conducted in December 2018 in Alexandria, Virginia, Rania Mazouz (14) interviews Gustavo Cruz (45) about growing up in Venezuela. Gustavo talks about growing up in two different states with his mother and siblings. He also talks about...

Entrevista con mi mamá, en español

Spoke in Spanish with my mom (age 86), who was born in Cuba, eventually moving to Venezuela, where she met and married my dad. She was a college professor for decades before retiring. She came to the US in the...

Getting to know Lorlly’s life

For this interview Lorlly Varela talks about her beliefs and life experiences, as well as , her challenges being an immigrant in Unites States.

Migrating to América

Migration for people is a hard decision,but by improving their quality of life,they adapt to the new customs and their new country.