Gina Gerhard’s experience

This interview focuses on Gina Gerhard’s experience living in the Philippines and immigrating to the United States.

Sadaf Imran and her struggles in the Medical Field

I interviewed my aunt who is a foreign medical doctor and talk about her struggles in achieving her degree being married young and having kids young. Furthermore, we discuss her adjustment from a Muslim medical doctor in Pakistan to being...

Escaping Turmoil in the Chaos of War: The Story of a Vietnamese Immigrant

In this interview done on April 20, 2019, Patricia Tran (20) interviews her mother (60) about her life in Vietnam during the Vietnam War and her journey in fleeing and adapting to the United States and its culture. Thuy Nguyen...

Klymer Baylo Moves to Michigan for Education

My Aunt Klymer and I talked about how she moved from Honduras to the United States when she as eighteen-years-old where she completed high school and college in Michigan and then moved to California.

Life From Pampanga, Philippines to Orange, California

In this interview, conducted on April 20, 2019 in Orange, California, Mya Naguit (19) interviews her father, Manny Naguit (59) about the duration of his life from Pampanga, Philippines to Orange, California. Mr. Naguit shares insights into his memories as...

Jesse Barnes and Yong Lee

Interview describing what it was like to immigrate to The United States from Korea in 1974, eventually becoming a police officer in Texas in 1988 – one of the first Asian police officers in a three county area.

Jesse Barnes and Yong Ho Lee

Interview describing what it was like to immigrate to the United States from South Korea in 1974, eventually becoming one of the first Asian police office in a three county area (centered around Brazos County) in Texas in 1988.