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I interviewed my maternal grandmother, Rosh Dia Mostafa. She was born in Cairo, Egypt on October 28, 1930. She came to the United States in 1968 with my mother and grandfather. She got her masters degree in fashion design at...
Within this interview, conducted January 2018 in Boulder Creek, California, Samuel English (17) discusses life and the effects of immigrating to the United States as an independent German citizen with his mother, Andrea Rosa English (49). Mrs. English recollects some...
“I don’t do eyes because I don’t want to be seen.” Linda Montano is an internationally-known artist and a seminal figure in contemporary feminist performance art. She explores the relationship and boundaries between art and life through ritual, ceremony, and...
This interview is generally about my father, Ronald St. Hill, talking about his life and also his views on life and what he has experienced and and his moments in life
In this interview conducted on December 31st, 2017, sixteen year-old Malini Correa talks to her father, Sanjay Correa (60) about his life growing up in India, school, and his process of immigrating to the United States. He describes his family,...
My Great Uncle Joe: “I’ve had a gorgeous life.” After the interview, he kept going. Looking at a 60″ TV, he said the first TV he bought his father-in-law was a console with a 7″ screen that received a single...
Diego came to Durham, NC from Peru as a 15 year old. After taking a feminist studies class and reading It Gets Better he comes out to his family.