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Transplant a young girl from the decidedly western surroundings of Oklahoma to the old world charm of Belgium and anything can happen. For Rhanda Hasley a desire to experience the languages and customs of other cultures was ignited that burns...
Family background, adolescent years, college, military background, religious beliefs and personal questions
Dave Holmes tells his story about building a top secret military aircraft and how it felt to keep a huge secret from his family.
Mexican Immigrant, Patty Salazar, reflects on her past coming to America from Baja California, Mexico and explains what it means to be an American.
Mrs.Joy was kind enough to share her life experiences with me and I am forever grateful. She is a military widow who owns her own daycare. Being a combat veteran myself, I had countless questions because of the many intersections...
Two classmates discuss high school, college, and their views on being an American
An interview given by High School students, Kaitlyn and Natiya, to better understand what it means to be American
Lillian and Steven talk about what it means to be American and address factors such as childhoods and education.
Magda Michna and Daniel Gonçalves explore their ideas of what it means to be an American and merging multiple cultural identities.
I’ve known Leandro for most of my life, never did I think how his actually life struggles were. He is a very family dedicated man, positive towards life, and hard working. The war in his country made him come to...
During our fun interview with my grandma I was able to learn things I never knew. There some giggles here and there. A few questions that got rather personal. But in the end, I feel closer to her than ever...
My name is Nikita Udayakumar and I am a student of the University Honors Program. In December 2018, I had the opportunity to interview my dad about his unique experience immigrating to the United States and forming a sense of...
It was a brief interview with Michelle an American about her views on Traditional Haitian and American food.
Aunt-k gives stories on her childhood in the 1950s and 60s’ in subarban America and stories of her family and her take on life.
Bobbi Prebis a founding member of the mattichine society talks about her experience as an activist
Mother tells story about how many generations ago in the 1800s, her grandfather would steal horses and sell them. He thought he was the best at this business, so he wanted last name to show that, but in the process...