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Tony elaborates on his Vietnamese Asian-American experience and his journey with Hidden Fest, a platform for creatives to network and grow.
Alice Wong (46) talks with her friend, Rochelle Kwan (27), about growing up Asian American and disabled in the Midwest, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and the Disability Visibility Project.
Partners Sam Bisno (19) and Sabrina Kim (18) discuss spending time with Sam’s family in Pittsburgh and being in an interracial relationship.
Takeru and Esther are young Asian-American high school teachers in the south coast of Massachusetts. They teach next to each other in a community whose diverse population is not reflective of their racial or ethnic background. As they end their...
Ryan Strack and Penelope Kim discuss her formative years, her children, and her marriage to an Asian-american.
Christina Heyon Lee (50) and her daughter, Miya Libman (19), talk about identity and the recent rise in racial violence toward Asian Americans. They talk about watching Korean shows and using Korean food and music to embrace their Korean heritage.
Second generation Asian American women talk about friendship, success, and life lessons
I interview my sister about what it’s like being an Asian who’s majoring in Art History while facing the cultural backlash.
In this interview, conducted virtually in November 2021, Shailyn Schaefer (17) interviews her boyfriend Matthew Buizon (19) about his childhood growing up as an Asian-American being Filipino and American. Matthew shares his thoughts on the Filipino community and explains his...
Colleagues and friends Pamela Ching (61) and Wiedad "Roodly" Archer (52) have a conversation about their careers, beginning as nutritionists and moving into public health, including stories about their time working in various foreign countries and lessons they learned from...
Peacocks, whale watching, donuts, and our deepest darkest secrets!
Korean American Christian girl from Orange County grows up and finds herself working in Skid Row
Trasitioning from a nurse to working in the fashion industry
Ali Townsend reflects on how her views on adoption have changed over the course of her life. Ali explains how adoption has both positively and negatively affected her identity, and details the adoption experiences she found most significant.
Dinah and Renee talk about Sivia, Renee’s traveling grandma. They also chat about what is means to be “Hakka” and “Farang” at home
Conducted on December 2019 at Plano, Texas, this interview between Erin Hernandez (16) and her mom Lhorlee Hernandez (39) talks about the experiences and hardships in immigrating to the land of the United States. Mrs. Hernandez details her journey on...
Tiffany Chang interviews her godmother, Chun-Yen Chen, a dynamically acknowledged Taiwanese-American woman who talks about her experience as an immigrant coming to America and what she has learned in her years of advocating for racial solidarity and justice.
I discuss and reflect on my conversation with my great aunt Dai Gu Po. A 79 year old Indonesian immigrant to the United States, we discuss various topics about the immigrant experience, health care, and her time in the United...
Christina McCann (24) shares a conversation with their mother, Grace McCann (42), about their mixed race identity, what it means to be Asian American, and the importance of preserving heritage and challenging racial stereotyping.
I talked with my dad about our unique experiences of growing up as a visible minority, and our respective relationships with faith.
This interview we mostly talked about where she grew up in and how that affected who she is today. Connecting to how her family raised her with all the traditions that they had.
One Small Step partners Donte Data [no age given] and Theresa Davidson [no age given] discuss their community work, their racial and ethnic identities, and their personal political values.
Jade is interviewing her 14 year old brother, Pau Khual, about his experience growing up as an Asian American.
Beryl Chung (33) talks with her parents, Lisa Yee (67) and Norman Chung (70), about coming to terms with her Chinese-American identity, moving to China, and growing up as a Chinese-American family.
One Small Step conversation partners Kim Moriyama (54) and Charles "Charly" Minkler (66) talk about their upbringing, political beliefs and their struggles as outsiders.