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My father talks about the differences between China and America. He also talks about his experience as a first-generation immigrant.
This is an interview about my grandma’s immigration to the US.
How Anne & Jay Cobb met, fell in love and were married 60 years ago. The qualities that they value in each other. Their advice to others for a successful marriage.
Jorge Cruz takes the time to talk about his experience about being an undocumented immigrant.
Tony elaborates on his Vietnamese Asian-American experience and his journey with Hidden Fest, a platform for creatives to network and grow.
Kate interviews her husband Behtash about his journey from a child in Iran to becoming a father in Irvine. During the interview, you will hear sounds from their youngest son, Luca, who is 8 months old and enjoying playing in...
NamUy (9 yo ) interviews his mother, Dr. Mai-Phuong (50 yo) about her exodus out of Saigon, Vietnam in 1975; and her family’s journey to Orange County, California in 1987.
A hometown is part of our identity. What do you do when you grew up in one place and move somewhere else?
Growing up in Miami as Cuban and French Canadian first-generation immigrant and life on Balboa Penninsula.
High school sweethearts revisit the road to how their life experiences led to starting OC’s first direct estate tea company
During WW2 Arnold Duevel wrote almost 800 letters to Margaret, his sweetheart and later wife of 72 years. Arnold talks with his son, Len, of his experiences in the European Theater.
An interview with my dad, John Norris, speaking to my 11th grade High School History students at San Dieguito High School Academy in Encinitas, California in May 2018. My students had prepared questions after studying about the Cold War era...
How a gay man who grew up in a conservative religious southern family stood up for who he is to his family at 56 and found happiness with his life partner and husband of over 20 years.
Beth and Julie tell Karen about falling in love at Oberlin College, moving to California and later Chicago for graduate school, finding a welcoming Episcopalian church, having a ceremony, beginning their journey to have children during the AIDS epidemic, becoming...
I asked my parents about different aspects of their life’s and learned more about my family history.