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I interviewed Miguel Veras on his immigration story from the Dominican Republic to the United States.
When I my mom came to the United States, everything was different for her. Many new people, new oppurtunities, and friends. But mnothung was easy for her.
Oliver Frometa [no age given] interviews his mom, Yessenia R. [no age given] about her life, the birth of Oliver and the family’s experiences with illness.
Talked with my Grandma and Great Grandma about what it was like immigrating from the Dominican Republic to the United States.
When I was 11 my mom made the executive decision to move to Dominican Republic and take me with her. This is the story of how we felt about it.
I speak to my dead Grandfather about his life (and death) in the Dominican Republic and his views on the nation’s history.
We talked about what my mom is most grateful for and that people it is good to be the way that you want to be treated.
In which I interview my mother and i laugh more than I talk. I ask her questions about how she grew up because she loves keeping that part of her a secret.
We talked about my grandmother’s family. We also talked about her life in Dominican Republic.
We discuss a lot of heavy topics about her life. My mom teaches me a lot about her history, her dreams, regrets, and what she is thankful for.
During this interview, conducted on October 1st of 2018 in Bronx, New York. Axell Caceres interviews his father Orlando Caceres about his life and experiences. Orlando Caceres includes stories of moving to the United States from the Dominican Republic. All...
We talked about his life growing up in the Dominican Republic, and coming to the united state.
Jean talks about Auggie, her dog, who plays hide and seek. And her future plan to join the Peace Corps.
an interview with Dedé Mirabal and how the death of her 3 sisters has impacted her life today.
Here I am talking to my mom, Raquel Caruso, about her life in America and her hopes and dreams for her children.
In this interview I talked with my mom about her life and her upbringing. I asked her questions about her motivations and setbacks and how they influenced her today.
My grandmother, Ana Trina Hernandez, and I talk about her adolescence and growing up poor and under the rule of the dictator Trujillo. On top of that, we talk about how she met her husband and her raising her nine...