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Francisco habla de su experiencia inmigrando a los EEUU. Él también menciona cómo volvió a conocer su etnicidad.
My name is Erick Molina I am 25 years old and this is the story of my mother, Rossana Pauta and her journey coming from Cuenca, Ecuador to New York City as a young adult and all of the steps...
My name is Anett Calispa and I’m 18 years old. In this interview, I speak with my mom, Rosa Cristina Albuja about raising us in the United States. We speak about the hardships and the joys of having kids in...
My name is Priscilla Colon and I interviewed my grandma, Norma Castellanos. She is 79 years old and was born in La Habana, Cuba. I asked her questions about her life in Cuba, her life in the United States, and...
I am Natalie Estevez and I interviewed my aunt Joicy Estevez. We spoke about her childhood, moving and being an immigrant, her family, and profession.
Mother and daughter Maria Salas (47) and Daniela Rodriguez (17) speak about her mothers journey through life. They touch on the mothers immigrant story and how she felt getting to America.
This interview is between a father (Christian Sganga 47) and his daughter (Isabella Sganga 18). They discussed the hardships of life and how to grow from them. Isa’s father, Chris, suffered from a herniated disc, moved to a completely new...
My name is Gianna Mazorra and I am 18 years old. This interview was done with my grandmother, Maria Mazorra who is 75. This interview explored my grandmother’s life as an immigrant from Cuba in America and her struggles and...
I interview my friend Hsee Mu Htoo, age 22, from Thailand. We talk about his life in Thailand and how him and his family came to the United States, along with family.
In the second part of this interview, Sofia Vazquez, 17 year old daughter, interviews her father, Enrique Vazquez, 45 years old, about present life and his dreams and hopes for the future.