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27:47
Aisha Owens and Kristen Kelley

Aisha Owens (36) is interviewed by her case manager Kristen Kelly (27) about her thoughts on poverty, homelessness, rent hikes, and her journey finding stable housing at La Casa Norte.

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38:05
Sun-Hoo Foo and Farng-Yeong Foo

Sun-Hoo Foo (72) talks with his daughter Farng-Yeong Bruthina Gratiana Foo (41) about tracing their Foo family genealogy, the meanings behind their names, and the importance of family.

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38:52
Wanda Chin and Kendra Donowski

Wanda Chin (63) and her daughter Kendra Danowski (29) reflect on the life of Wanda's mother, how she emigrated to the united states, and their family's laundry business.

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40:14
Nancy Sing-Bock and Jennifer Bock

Nancy Sing-Bock (68) speaks with her daughter Jennifer Bock (28) about their mixed-race identity, Nancy's father An Ban Sing, and their journey to understand their cultural and ethnic identity.

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40:10
Fabiana Chiu and Cynthia Capriata

Fabiana Chiu [no age given] talks with her friend Cynthia Capriata [no age given] about growing up Chinese in Perú and learning about the history of her family and the Chinese in Perú and the Americas.

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41:57
Cawanna Stonewall and Keven Stonewall

Cawanna Stonewall [no age given] talks to her son, Keven Stonewall, Jr. (25), about their favorite memories together, Keven's curiosity, and how Cawanna supported and encouraged him since he was very young. Keven talks about what he has learned from...

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35:50
Huiying Chan and Tara Smith

Huiying B. Chan (25) talks with their friend Tara Mei Smith [no age given] about home, family history, and remembering for their future generations.

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38:25
Martha Chan, Kim Chan, and Mary Chan

Martha Chan (89) speaks with her daughters Kim Chan (56) and Mary Chan (54) about growing up in Arkansas and Mississippi during the Jim Crow laws, eventually moving to New York City Chinatown where she met her husband, and raising...

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37:04
Amy Chin and Donald Chin

Amy Chin (30) talks with her uncle Donald Chin (63) about her father, the effect of the Vietnam War on him, and growing up in Harlem.