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Life growing up in La Calonia and Oxnard in the 1960s and 70s, dealing with discrimination, and putting family 1#
Here are a few questions about my father, Baltazar Rayo who came from Mexico at 14 years old. I’m very proud of everything this man has done for me, and he is truly an inspiration to me and my brothers.
My mother, Mary Esther Ford (née Bazaldua) discusses her mother’s upbringing (Zoila Michaela Bazaldua) in the 1920s and 1930s in Sinton, Texas.
Mary Esther Bazaldua Ford is interviewed by me, her daughter, Jennifer Ford Ziegler about our Mexican heritage.
I sat down with my mother to talk about what was her most difficult moments in life. Spanish is the language that is used in our household, she beginnings with the loss of her mother and how she felt during...
How it was living in Mexico and abt her struggles moving to America and family memories.
in this interview conducted in November 2018 in Nevada Las Vegas Angel Gamboa interviews his dad Jaime Gamboa in about their childhood and adulthood and the city they he calls homehe talks about interesting stuff and multiple stuff like is...
Finding out my family was actually illegal, years after my parents denied that we were.
In this interview, conducted in June 2018 in Chicago, Illinois, Aysha Ahmad (17) interviews her mentor Anabel Chavva (27) about her graduate school experience and intercultural marriage. She talks about meeting her Indian husband in Ireland and how they work...
In this interview I ask my sister Crystal questions about what she was like growing up. I also ask about what her life was like from a Mexican American point of view.
Talked about past life experiences, current, and future. I have known Fern for about 10 years now. Went to high school with him and we have been best friends ever since. It was very interesting to sit down with him...
This is a school project in which my fellow Spanish classmates and I interview Spanish speakers to learn their stories. This is Graciela Haynes and she is the daughter of an immigrant. Here is a part of her story. *The...
lucila tejeda talks about her childhood, her dream job, and more! Only in this interview translated by my mother! you cannot miss it.
While waiting to get on the Greyhound back to San Francisco, I ask my mom what she was like as a child, what her favorite and least favorite memory of me is, and how she would like to be remembered.
My dad explain why he came to the states and tells all the conflicts he’s been through with his family. Mix in laughter and serious moments and that defines every moment in this interview