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We talked about my grandma’s life in Cambodia before the war and her life during the Khmer Rouge. She emphasized to me how important it is for family to stick together.
Arnold Aanonsen, a Korean War vet, discusses his life and what he expected in America compared to what he sees now.
Part 2 of an interrupted interview — note: Mike & Mary “Minnie” Goodwin are my grandfather’s Uncle & Aunt (the names mom was trying to remember)
In this interview, Dalal speaks about the things that are most important to her in life. She tells about her childhood, family, job, and the most important lessons she’s learned in life.
My mom and I talked about my family, where they came from, what they were like, and how they all met.
My interview was over FaceTime I asked my grandpa about his experience in the Vietnam war he talked about how it affected his life going into it and after it he said that it didn’t have much of a big...
Imagine being 11 years old, fleeing from your country to escape a civil war. Alfonso Campos didn’t have to imagine this, he experienced it. Olivia Campos, his 14 year old daughter, has interviewed him about the early years of his...
This interview is about my grandmother and her life while she was growing up. We talk about how her family molded her into the person she is today.