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- Villa Barbiero Centro Accoglienza Immigrati 3
- Ethiopian Diaspora Fellowship 2
- Peace Corps 2
- The Nana Project 2
- campbell hall 1
- 17 more
we talk about her life in Africa and we discuss lessons and her friendships
We talked about my dad’s time in the Peace Corps and how that has been an influence in his life. Subsequently, we reflected in his life and conversed about what he wants now.
Recorded Thursday, February 17, 2022 Paddy and Jay recorded a virtual One Small Step conversation together in Charlottesville, Virginia. They discuss their experiences witnessing racism, their lives growing up and how their experiences have shaped their views today.
[Recorded Thursday, December 14, 2021] Priya (50s) and Allan (60) recorded a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. They talked about their experiences living in various countries around the world, immigration, family, and their shared love of cooking.
A son, born in Africa to American parents who had been in the Peace Corps, recount stories of a childhood in Africa, and life in a multiracial family.
In this interview I interview my Grandpa about his childhood and how he moved around because he was a military kid.
Jacklyn Kwarteng a 17 year old interviews Gabriel Kwarteng (dad) who moved to the United States when she was 1 month old to know more about where he grew, what his childhood was like, and how living alone in a...
My grandmother is a baby boomer and has been many different places, so I asked her questions about her travels.
In this, I interview Micheal Molla on what it was like to grow up as an American in Africa and what it’s like to see how media has changed since the 1970s
Kuukuwa is a trained architect from Ghana currently pursuing a PhD in Politics and International Studies at SOAS, University of London. She is also the Principal Investigator on building Early Accra - a project that aims to digitise endangered architectural...