Kirstie Kwarteng and Nana Aba Naaman

Kirstie Kwarteng (28) interviews Nana Aba Bentsi-Enchill (64) about her decision to immigrate from Ghana to the United States. Nana Aba talks about how her father's death impacted her. She also reflects on her own colorblindness and the experience of...

Immigration Stories Reel–a brief recap of the overall, unedited audio interviews. The full impact is embodied within the full interviews.

I had the privilege to interview immigrants, descendants of immigrants, and asylum seekers across the world. Their stories were accompanied by anonymous portraits made from cyanotype imprints of their bodies and forms to which provided privacy and freedom to speak...

Katrina Spencer, Teresa Barnes, , , and

After arriving to Zimbabwe in her twenties, pursuing her doctorate there, living in South Africa, and returning to the United States, Dr. Teresa "Terri" Barnes reflects on three decades of experience in Africa and academia.

Immigration Stories Italy: Savaneh Lamin

Savaneh Lamin, who goes by Lamin, talks about his arduous journey from the Ivory Coast to Libya and then crossing the sea to be rescued by a Ship. Once rescued by a ship he was brought to Italy and then...

Interview with Natasha Jenkins

I interviewed Natasha Jenkins about her life as an immigrant coming from Africa to America

Immigration Stories Italy: Sunday

Sunday is a asylum seeker seeking refuge at the Villa Barbiero Centro Accoglienza Immigrati living a productive and safe life at the center in Southern Italy. Sunday works doing manual labor on farms around the Catanzaro region. Sunday talks about...

Life on a Japanese military base

My grandmother, who we call grammy, told me about her life as a nurse, stay-at-home mom, cancer survivor, and traveller. She is very dedicated to documenting things with photos, so it was interesting to the hear stories behind them. My...

Asking GJ About Her Travels

My grandmother is a baby boomer and has been many different places, so I asked her questions about her travels.

Changing Media w/ Micheal Molla

In this, I interview Micheal Molla on what it was like to grow up as an American in Africa and what it’s like to see how media has changed since the 1970s

Bader

Interview with Bader in my College Composition class

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John Atkinson and Nancy Bentley

Nancy Bentley (63) interviews her husband, John Atkinson (67) about his life, focusing on his health issues with eczema and asthma, his work in the Peace Corps, and his favorite family memories.

The Great Thanksgiving Listen 2017

I have learned a lot of lessons and important things from my dad and he has continued to influence my life everyday.

“Teachers take a hand open the mind and touches the heart.” by Kaden

I am Lincoln the interviewer and the person that I am going to interview is Ms. Lisa. She is a Teacher in Aoba international school. What I am going to interview her about is what her life was and how...

Kevins experience in two different media cultures

Today I talk to my brother about his experience growing up both in Burkina Faso and the United States. Kevin discussed his difficulties and challenges in regards to media access. He provided a clear account to compare both cultures.

Leleda and Yohannes

This is the story of an African boy who came from nothing and found his drive in education. This boy later became my dad, the most inspiring figure in my life.

Africa Travels

We talked about our wonderful experience in Africa in 1992.

Maceda speaks with Tsion & Mekuanent

A conversation with two fourth-year medical students from St. Paul's Hospital Millenium Medical College (SPHMMC). St. Paul's is a leading public hospital and medical college in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia.

Interview of Professor Mark Chijioke

In December 2017 I had the privilege of interviewing Mark Chijioke. Mark was the first Nigerian dean of the School of Engineering at Nsukka, and also the first Nigerian engineering professor in the country. Amongst many things, he was always...