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- Ethnic Identity 21
- Childhood memories 3
- Growing Up 3
- High School 3
- Assimilation, Acculturation 2 59 more
This is a part 2 to our other interview, because it stopped recording.
My father and I discussed the experiences we had growing up in the same home town. We focused on what being Cuban meant to us here and how it is dificult to maintain culture as imigrant families continue to exist...
This is the story of an indigenous college student who is of the LGBTQ community and has some very interesting insight to let you in on!
Claudia is a young Mexicanamerican woman who, with his husband, seeks to prove her American citizenship to resolve his immigration status.
Jay and GY, Intensive English Program students from South Korea, discuss stereotypes with Alex, their Language Partner from the U.S. Stereotypes include ones that foreigners have of Korean people and ones they had before coming to the U.S.
We talked about my mother’s childhood and life as a parent and how she copes with struggles of being a parent
With my mother I asked some questions relating to the topics of her background her identity and her life now
My mom is the most significant individual that is a part of my life. Her life, her story is the reason why I am here today smiling and enjoying the many blessings I have.
this interview was about tims upbringing living in St. louis. also about the changes he would like to see on the Ucm campus and racial events that has happened in warrensburg
Interview of a native American from spruce pine North Carolina, the interview was conducted by a French student at NC state University
Sofia and Teriq discuss differences in life in the United States versus Spain in a class project about empathy and working through difference.
For our class project on empathy and working through difference, Julius and Caitlin were paired up to talk about life in high school and their hopes for their futures.
Jaime interviews Reg about growing up in southern California and his experience navigating predominantly Mexican-American and predominantly white schools and how that influences his teaching and conception of vocation.
Collinwise Osei-Aboagye talks to his daughter, Amma Aboagye , about his childhood in Ghana, immigrating to the United States, his initial interactions with African Americans as a Ghanaian, and his connection with Ghanaian culture after living in the United States...