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Friends Guly Motameni (58) and Nooria Hanifi (58) talk about how they left Afghanistan in their young adulthood, what Afghanistan was and is like, and why they're thankful for their friendship and lives in the US.
Shirin Assemi (41) talks with StoryCorps facilitator Ava Ahmadbeigi (26) about her memories of growing up in Iran in the '80s, differences she sees between Iranian and American culture, and what she hopes her children will know about Iran in...
Richard D. Keyes Sr. (85) and his granddaughter Desirae Washington (34) talk about their family history, how they were afforded different opportunities in their lives, and their hopes for the future.
Hortense Pinedo (84) talks with her daughter Debra Erven (63) and granddaughter Danielle Seaberg (40) about her life growing up in Pinedale, California, working on a farm and later in a variety store. She talks about how she met her...
Thomas Martinez (61) talks with one of his food service delivery clients, Beverlee Newcomb (73), about his job delivering meals with Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission (EOC), how he came to work for them, and the care he takes to do...
Sun-Hoo Foo (72) talks with his daughter Farng-Yeong Bruthina Gratiana Foo (41) about tracing their Foo family genealogy, the meanings behind their names, and the importance of family.
Wanda Chin (63) and her daughter Kendra Danowski (29) reflect on the life of Wanda's mother, how she emigrated to the united states, and their family's laundry business.
Nancy Sing-Bock (68) speaks with her daughter Jennifer Bock (28) about their mixed-race identity, Nancy's father An Van Sing, and their journey to understand their cultural and ethnic identity.
Beryl Chung (33) talks with her parents, Lisa Yee (67) and Norman Chung (70), about coming to terms with her Chinese-American identity, moving to China, and growing up as a Chinese-American family.