Kats trip to africa

Walking along a lake geneva trail with my aunt. Talking about her trip to africa.

Interview with Natasha Jenkins

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

“It was NOLS that was a turning point”
October 11, 2018 App Interview

Peter Roy talks being prepared for a life in business by his NOLS wilderness course. Years later he was able to send his daughter to a NOLS semester in Kenya, and this was an important turning point for his whole...

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...

My iterview

We talked about Africa. We talked about family and growing up.

Africa Travels

We talked about our wonderful experience in Africa in 1992.

Nils Bognar interviews his dad, Istvan Bognar, on his life so far. “What was your childhood like”?

In this interview, conducted on November 26, 2017 in Travelers Rest, South Carolina, Nils Bognar(14) interviews his dad, Istvan Bognar(47), about his life so far. Istvan shares stories about growing up in Africa and in New York and how each...

Bader

Interview with Bader in my College Composition class

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...

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...

"This is science – to put everyone together to discuss the future of humanity." an interview with Frédéric Ouattara

Frédéric Ouattara, Universite de Koudougou, knows the practical implications of his research into the ionosphere. Our mobile phone signals become worse due to the weakening of the ionosphere. In Burkina Faso, he helps train the next-generations of geoscientists. The 2018...

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.

Gregory Ejikeme tells of his youth and other influential factors that have shaped him into the man he is today.
November 29, 2017 App Interview

Within this interview, conducted in November of 2017 in Wylie, Texas, my father, Gregory Ejikeme, tells of his life growing up in Sub-Saharan Africa. Ejikeme shares of his past and the elders he’s grateful for, as well as the effect...

“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...

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.

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.

Immigration Stories Italy: Lamin Tamba

Lamin Tamba, who goes by Lamin, and in our interview he shares horrific details of his journey from Senegal to Libya and then ultimately pushed onto a boat into the Mediterranean Sea in complete darkness, hoping he makes it safely...

Judith Kratka and Grace Farina

Judith Kratka is sharing her life experience

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.