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Humberto Perdomo (74) speaks with his daughter Sarah Gibson (29) about his life growing up in Columbia and his coming to United States.
Patricia “Patty” Perdomo (62) speaks with her daughter Sarah Gibson (29) about growing up, attending high school in Boston and meeting her future husband eight days after arriving in the USA.
My mother came from a loving home however her parents were somewhat overbearing and over proctective. However, this kept her safe and she was able to create a loving home for me and a successful business. In my opinion, she...
Talking about growing up and family
30 year old Mexican immigrant talks about life lessons he’s learned so far
Discussion with my grandmother (Oma) on her life then & now as a mother, wife, and grandmother. She identifies as a member of the Traditionalist/Silent Generation.
We talked mostly about my Grandma’s childhood and how she grew up.
This is my mom and the story of her life from childhood to today, from Italy to USA. Her story is different and her voice is magical.
My grandmother, Janice Tuck, grew up in Massachusetts. Her family came over as servants on the mayflower to the United States, and eventually settled in Novascotia. My grandmother worked as a nurse her whole life attending Boston University and graduating...
Paul Yin’s personal history from moving to the US onwards
Grandpa Ray Young, who retired from the practice of law last year at age 91, was interviewed by his 5-year-old Great-Granddaughter Charlotte Clark-Lietar (with help from Charlotte’s mom, Charity R. Clark). Grandpa Ray lived his whole life in the Boston...
Rose Ann Forte (60) is interviewed by her good friend Shelley Mellon (51) about her upbringing, career, and faith.
New acquaintances, Danielle Bennett (41) and Therese Peskowits (44) talk about their work, how gun violence has impacted their lives, and their connections to the Gun Violence Memorial Project currently on exhibit at The Chicago Cultural Center.