Oral History Project with my mother, Claudia

Interviewing my mother, Claudia, to share the importance of food with family members and the role it has played in our own relationship.

Advice About Life

Daughter (Savannah) and father (Hector) discuss his childhood, father, and his thoughts on life.

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Jenny Thomas and Tim Tapscott

One Small Step partners Tim Tapscott (57) and Jenny Thomas (45) have a conversation about abortion, immigration, and the upcoming election.

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Marvina Hooper and Elizabeth [No Name Given]

One Small Step partners Marvina Hooper (67) and Elizabeth [No Name Given] (33) talk about how their senses of community have changed, recognizing opportunities afforded to some and not others in America, and needing moral leaders.

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Claudia Coello

Claudia Coello (27) comparte memorias de su niñez en Honduras, su immigración a los Estados Unidos, la creación de su propio negocio y la formación de su familia. También, ella discute el impacto que ha tenido Children's Home Society of...

Recording – 07-22-2023 21:21:19

A brief discussion was had with my little sister, Laken. We talked about a specific life changing experience she has had recently. These new plans that have been shifted due to her recent travels and experiences that we discussed in...

Journey

My name is Adriana Palma, I am sixteen years old and i am recording this from Los Angeles , California. My interviewee is my sister Andrea Palma. In this interview I asked my sister questions about how her childhood and...

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Esther Miranda Aguilar and Doc Hamm

One Small Step partners Doc Hamm (80) and Esther Miranda (25) share a conversation about their upbringings, religion, politics, segregation in the south, and immigration.

Lluvias De Bendiciones

In this interview I interviewed my mom about her experience in Honduras and the process she went through the border. We get a little input on her personal life in Honduras as well as how the experience of her crossing...

Entrevista a Maria Nova (hondureña) desde la ciudad de Nueva York

En está entrevista estuvimos hablando sobre la historia de inmigración de Maria nova (20, Honduras) y como fue el proceso de adaptación en este nuevo país con la barrera de idioma y el cambio cultural