Conor Beaulac Immigration Interview

Gaberiel and I talked about his experience on coming to America and the differences between the United States and Brazil.

Coming To America: Mariam Elias

I interviewed my grandmother for a sophomore American History class about how she came to this country and her journey.

Vip Grinders Brazil

Consultor de Marketing e Poker – VIP-GRINDERS.COM.BR O VIP-Grinders.com.br é gerido por profissionais entusiastas e apaixonados de poker online e nosso website funciona como uma multi-rede e multi-afiliado de acompanhamento de níveis de afiliados, e também backoffice de relatórios e...

An Interview with an Immigrant

This is an interview conducted with my father, Mauricio Souza, and his life in Brazil and his journey to the United States.

Urban designer professor

We spoke about how Vicente got where he is, the social impact of his work, and how strong he believes his legacy is.

Abbey Brennan & Giovanna Domene

I interviewed Giovanna Domene, an international student who came to Taylor from Brazil.

Interview with Larry Winward

We talked about Grandpa’s life, especially about his experiences running in cross country, and what it was like at BYU.

Interview with an older generation

My aunt explains what she and my dad were like when they were a child growing up in brazil

The Story of Marybel Hernandez

Stories and experiences from childhood to life in Brazil. In between these times, difficulties nobody wants to experience, but were gone through by someone beyond strong.

Emily’s Interview Listen

Childhood and life perspectives were subjects much talked about in this interview.

Laila – Brasil a Texas

We talked about perception of US culture, growing up in Brazil, moving to the US, and a little bit of Thanksgiving.

The secret life I live

Dakari talks about his life and his opinions on this current presidency and in thei interview it is explained the process of becoming a US citizen

Immigration Project

Today I interviewed my cousins wife, Tarcia, to learn out her journey here from Brazil

A Chat with Eunice

In a family with little money, you have to work hard to sustain yourself.