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- Cambodia 41
- personal experiences 23
- memories of growing up 19
- memories of former times 18
- college 13 516 more
My mom shares with me the joys of her childhood in Cambodia and some of the inequities she faced as a girl.
My mom survived the Khmer Rouge and made a new life in America with my dad and four kids. She shares with me some lessons in life that keeps her strong and hopeful.
I talk to Sister Dr. Luise Ahrens, an American Maryknoll nun who worked for 26 years in Cambodia. Sister Luise speaks of her work helping to rebuild the Royal University of Phnom Penh and education throughout the country. We learn...
Bill Whitaker and friend/ex-wife Barbara Watson Whitaker “Bobbi” talk about Kent State in 1969. They were both students at the time, and Bill was highly active with the movement as well as with the legal defense following.
My mom talks about growing up in the 80s and the complications regarding education and immigration.
This interview is about my mother's life in Cambodia where she grew up during Cambodian genocide. In addition to, her life before and after it started, and the life struggles she had dealt with even as a young child. She...
This story is about a family immigrated to the United States Of America
Today I will be interviewing my childhood friend from Cambodia. We will be talking about her cultural identity, family heritage, school, sexuality and religion. This casual interview is done via a video call instead of a face-to-face as she is...
Candice Romanow (64) tells facilitator Daniel Littlewood (32) about being in San Francisco in the 1960s, living alone in the woods, and her travels in Cambodia.