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Colleagues Margarita [No Name Given] (31) and Pat Medige (57) share a conversation about immigration, focusing in particular on Margarita's experience coming to the United States and eventually gaining DACA status. Margarita also reflects on the importance of education to...
Niece interviews her Aunt about her birth country Venezuela and about “the melting pot” in Venezuela and in the US, and her gratefulness for this country (US).
Ana Belique (36) and her colleague Sharma Aurelien (36) are enrolled in Columbia University's Human Rights Advocacy Program, they discuss the activism they engage in regarding women's and citizenship rights.
Wendi Bates (45) asks her parents, Sammye “Vicki” Bates (76) and Marvin "Marv" Bates (79), about the story of her adoption from Guatemala in the late 1970s. They share memories of growing their family through adoption, the intricacies of naturalizing...
The people in this interview is Sophia Ochoa (the interviewer) who is 15 years old, Soledad Vargas (the person getting interviewed) who is 79 years old, Rene Ochoa (translator) who is 45 years old. Sophia Ochoa is the grandchild of...
Ivan describes how an assumption about his citizenship status made him learn about not assuming about anything because we don’t know what the situation people could be going through.
Baoxia Liu was born in Beijing, China and came to the United States in 1997, and she became a US citizen with two children. The interviewer is her 16 year old son, James Huang. She talked about her childhood, lessons...
Best friends Joco Soto (24) and Cristian Núñez Ramírez (25) share a conversation about their journeys becoming who they are today, particularly influenced by immigration, queerness, and family both biological and chosen.
i talked to my teammate about her journey to this country. She originally is from Spain and has lived in Louisiana as well