Andy Hall and Katherine Chon talk about forced labor in the global healthcare supply chain

In recognition of Labor Day, Katherine Chon, Director of the Office on Trafficking in Persons at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and Andy Hall, a Migrant Worker Rights Specialist, spoke about forced labor in Malaysia’s rubber glove...

Interviewing parents

I interviewed my mom about her past such as what was her proudest memories and how she wanted to be remembered

Immigration and Racism with my Dad

Interviewing my Dad on how he experienced racism throughout his journey from Malaysia to the United States

Thanksgiving Interview

Erik Monson gets interviewed about his childhood and his experiences moving around due to his father’s job as an information officer

Interview with My Dad about his life

My Dad, Sui Phan talks about some memories he has about growing up in a village at Sibu, Malaysia to his time in the U.S. While during the last 5 minutes, my mom makes a guest appearance to talk about...

Hannah Mitchell and Arlene El-Amin

One Small Step conversation partners Hannah Mitchell [no age given] and Arlene El-Amin [no age given] discuss growing up in Montreal and Chicago. They also discuss their Unitarian and Muslim beliefs and the ways that their beliefs are similar.

Jade Nguyen and Runnei Mawi

Jade Nguyen (21) and her friend Runnei Mawi (21) share their childhood memories of growing up in Vietnam and Burma, respectively, their first impressions of the United States, and how they've grown accustomed to their new lives.