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Francesca Herrera (20) interviews her grandmother Diane Arlene Vasconez (82) about Diane's life, focusing on Diane's life as a child, her education, and her marriage.
Katherine Chon interviews her colleague, Rosie Gomez, about their work together in the federal government when new laws required changes in how the child welfare system needed to respond to human trafficking. Rosie reflects on her early influences growing up...
Christian wanted to be a nurse from an early age after watching his immigrant mother get her nursing degree and help lift the family out of poverty. He also talks about his work with Stop the Bleed.
Friends and colleagues Paloma Saucedo (41) and Boris Ozuna Urueta (37) discuss where they grew up, their experiences as immigrants, and their work in social justice.
Rosalba "Rosa" Zaremba (29) and her colleague Vilma Sierra [no age given] discuss their organization Mexican Alliance of New Jersey and the importance of supporting underserved students.