Raising Bilingual Kids and their childhood songs

We are not Hispanic, but made teaching our kids Spanish a priority. Being bilingual opens up a part of the world my kids wouldn’t have access to without the second language. They sing songs in Spanish that we used to...

La Historia de Rosalia

Esta es la historia de mi mamá, Rosalia Salinas. En la cual comparte su historia de su infancia, su viaje a los Estados Unidos, y da consejos sobre las lecciones a lo largo de su vida.

La Vida Que Viví, y los Recuerdos compartiendo entre tío y sobrina

Es una historia que va más aya de la generación nueva. Es una historia de amor, de progreso, historias que no conocemos de fin a fin. Viene de una persona que conoció dos mundos, y ahora es parte de muchas...

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.

Historia de Sonia

Sonia talks about her family and having to move away from Colombia. She describes some of her favorite things from Colombia and what she misses. Sonia also talks about childhood and her years at high school and what she likes...

La entrevista de María

This is part of class project for my Spanish class. María is from Morelia, Mexico, but she now live in Knoxville, Tennessee. She sat down with me and gave me insight into her life.

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...