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- immigration 405
- personal experiences 105
- memories of growing up 94
- memories of former times 79
- social beliefs and practices 77 3,224 more
- Arts Street@YEA 5
- Villa Barbiero Centro Accoglienza Immigrati 4
- Mural Arts Philadelphia 3
- Scuola Popolare Migranti 3
- Tacony Arts Lab 3 13 more
Emma Trayte (24) interviews her father, David Trayte (67), about his childhood memories and his experience immigrating from Scotland to the United States with his mother in 1959.
Hank Ebert (64) interviews his wife Maione Carrijo (58) about her life in Brazil before she married him and moved to Idaho. Maione then interviews Hank about his unique upbringing as the child of diplomats, living in various countries from...
In this interview, Ruth Agabs (19) will be interviewing her mother, Irina Agabs (49), about coming to America in 1996 and her recent struggles with the Covid-19 pandemic.
Elias (68) talks to his daughter Patricia (40) about reasons why he moved to the U.S. He spoke about what he misses about Mexico, and he spoke of his experiences living in Michigan.
Lorenzo "Larry" Lopez (no age given) and Carmen Benavides (82) talk about growing up together in Michigan and their Mexican and Mexican-American heritage.
Sisters Patricia Varas (23) and Diane Varas Martinez (29) team up to interview their mother Maria Martinez (52) about her upbringing in Jalisco, Mexico, her transition to the United States and how her life changed once she arrived.
Father and son duo, Arturo Huerta, Sr. (56) and Arturo Huerta, Jr. (28), discuss Arturo Sr.'s transition to the United States from Mexico and the businesses he established here.
Peter Kaplanis (74) walks his daughter Cami Kaplanis (50) through his father's emigration to the U.S. from Greece, his upbringing in San Francisco and his military service.
I interviewed my mother about her growing up as a child in poverty and how that impacted her today. She also talked about the value of family and how you shouldn’t take them for granted, like she told me “Tu...