En el rancho

lucila tejeda talks about her childhood, her dream job, and more! Only in this interview translated by my mother! you cannot miss it.

Sinaloa Baddie

While waiting to get on the Greyhound back to San Francisco, I ask my mom what she was like as a child, what her favorite and least favorite memory of me is, and how she would like to be remembered.

3 am talks with Jessica and her dad

My dad explain why he came to the states and tells all the conflicts he’s been through with his family. Mix in laughter and serious moments and that defines every moment in this interview

My Pop and Me

I am interviewing my grandfather because I don’t know that much about him.

People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Mitch

People of the Rio Grande Valley: Mitch. Artist Mitch Darte and I talk about the loss of her Mother and how it propelled her into her flourishing career in painting. Mitch was a high school art teacher, and after losing...

People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Marisol "When the Dreamer stuff passed it was a like an answered prayer…"

People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Marisol Roten. Marisol, a Mother of 3, and I have a conversation about her experiences growing up in the Rio Grande Valley. The experience of growing up without her biological father, having...

People of the Rio Grande Valley BorderTowns: Fernando "Usually when I play my sets I want the drop to be clear when it's going to be there."

People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Fernando Torres and I talk about his goals as a computer science major and music DJ in the Rio Grande Valley. Fernando has organically fallen into the role of photographer’s apprentice while...

A Woman's Right: The Story It Tells – Victoria of Alamo, Texas

A Woman’s Right: The Story It Tells – Victoria of Alamo, Texas speaks frankly about her experiences post-2016 election, her feelings regarding gender roles, and women’s rights. Victoria talks about how her Mother and Aunts are all business owners in...

A Woman's Right: The Story It Tells – Annette of Mission, Texas

“We have to continue to fight to have these rights. That was when I was 15 or 16 when I realized that.” – Annette of Mission, Texas talks about her experience with equal rights in the computer science industry. Annette...

A Woman's Right: The Story It Tells – April of Mission, Texas

“I believe everyone should have their choice.” – April Vallejo shares her experience as a young mother who believes every woman should have the right to choose. April attended the local Women’s March in Brownsville, Texas with her daughter on...