The story of Mission Jamaica

This is an Interview with my dad. He tells the story of the mission trip to Jamaica that we went on and shared his perspectives of the experience.

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Kimberly Bernard and Darwensi Clark

Darwensi Clark (42) speaks to writer, organizer, activist, and mother Kimberly Bernard (31) on her involvement in the Black Lives Matter movement.

My Jamaican Mother

This is a spoken poem of my moms coming to America story.

A Loquacious Lesson with Laurèl

In this interview, Marcella Rolle interviews her mother, Laurèl Rolle. Laurèl shares her anecdote about her life as an immigrant from Jamaica, and how it has shaped her into the woman ,and mother, she is today.

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Thomas Thias and Jerry Norris

Thomas Thias (65) tell his mentor, Jerry Norris (53), about his childhood, including experiences with high schools wrestling. The two also discuss Thomas' passion and activism for electric vehicles.

Coming to America

“[Jamaica] became really dangerous.” When Roxanne Hoge was eleven years old, she and her family moved to America to escape from the political turmoil in Jamaica. Forty-three years later, on January 6, 2020, she told the story to her daughter,...

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Thelma McGhie, Stephen Thomas, and Rosalie McGhie

Stephen Thomas (37) and Rosalie McGhie (63) interview Stephen's grandmother and Rosalie's mother, Thelma McGhie (88), about her immigration to the United States and her life here working as a seamstress and a dietician.

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Christa Stern-Lubahn and Caroline Stern

Christa Stern-Lubahn (44) speaks with her mother Caroline Marie Stern (68) about their Christian medical/dental mission trips to countries such as Ecuador, Jamaica, Honduras, and Kazakhstan.