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A Little story about my mother moving to live to another country by herself at 18.
This interview is with my grandpa, as he recounts his professional studies in Psychiatry, his love for The Little Prince, his travels to Paris and the rest of the world, and how he met my grandmother and raised a family,...
Nina shares stories of her life in Russia, from childhood memories of trips to Moscow to a summer spent by the Baltic Sea.
Evan (13) interviews his grandmother about her relationship with her grandparents.
Sara Chapman (38) has a conversation with her colleague Chelsey Thomas (24) about her work at Media Burn Archive, her experience learning from the community of filmmakers and audiences in Russia, how connectivity with global networks has changed during the...
During the interview we talked about what it was like to be at a Russian school. As well as what it was like to be in America for the first time
Tanya talks about the time when she was 16 and had to board a train to leave Odessa and all of her friends.
Iris Holway-Price (93), matriarch of the family, is interviewed by her nephew, Gary Kendall (83), about their family history for future generations to come.
Jennifer Beard (54) talks with her colleague, Professor Rich Feeley (74), about his global health career. They taught together in the Department of Global Health at the Boston University School of Public Health for 14 years. Rich devoted his career...
My close family friend tells me about what it's like to move across the globe at the ripe age of 21 and leaving everything he ever knew behind in his small Russian home town.
What was life like growing up and how is it now
I asked my father questions about his immigration from Ukraine to eventually the West, and general questions about his childhood.
Veronica Fischmann (32) and Yakov Pechersky (28) talk about treasured childhood memories, the ways in which their lives shaped their reactions to the global pandemic (especially Yakov, whose family is from Russia), the ways the pandemic may shape their lives...
My dad was in the middle of the Cold War and had some things go wrong. He went to Russia for a school trip and listen to see what happens.
We talked with Susan about global relations between Russian speaking countries and the rest of the world, as well as Arizona in relation to the rest of the world.
My dad’s coming to America was not as easy as I once thought. My dad, his parents, and his grandparents all immigrated from Russia/Ukraine to Cleveland, Ohio in the year 1997 because they were exiled. I’ve never heard this story...
Gennady Gene Belous (78) talks with his son-in-law Dave Nash (54) about his family's experience in labor camps, how they were granted amnesty to come live in the United States, and why he decided to legally change his middle name...
Ms.Gardner, my teacher, talks about her experience in Russia and why she was there.
In this interview, my mom reflects on her life. She also reminisces on her father.
I talked with my mother about her experiences growing up as a child, learning the difficult circumstances that she faced in terms of living under a communist state. We also discussed the impact that different people have had on her...
A miracle happened when a soldier who was said to be dead at the front, came home to his wife who always set spot for him.
My grandmother and I talk about her past from the 1920s to present. We talk about the second world war and how that affected her life as well as how her family managed as immigrants.
We talked about what past experiences have made her into the person she is today. What makes her happy and what she wishes for her children and descendants.