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Here we talked about my friend’s life back in Egypt. He expanded on a few things about his home town and death that are very different from the way we do things here in America.
I talked to my father about his experiences living in a foreign country and serving for a foreign army. Talk to my father also about his experiences with immigration, his education, his childhood and his marriage.
We talked about just his past and memories that truly stuck with him even until now. Discussing his past influences, we were able to connect over the still relevant topics in society today.
This interview was done in Claremont on Tuesday May 22, 2018. I interviewed Francis Wani who immigrated to the United States during the war to escape the violence in Sudan. Now he is president of a charity that helps immigrants...
This is an insightful story of African American woman who faced many challenges throughout life but still came out with a happy ending. Dr. Renita Clark is praised OB/GYN who has a story full of laughs, sorrow, and happiness. This...
Mona talked about her Nubian heritage, traditions, customs, family and history.
The Sasson sisters emigrated from Cairo, Egypt to the U.S.A. in June of 1968 as refugees of the Six-Day War. Their story is a reminder of how political and religious conflict uproots families, and how social class can play a...
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...