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Victor Romero (54) interviews his father, Rosendo Romero (82) about identity, growing up during the Depression, Rosendo’s wife and family stories and anecdotes.
Cemelli Espitia leads an interview with Muralist and Co-founder and President of Calle 24 Latino Cultural District, Erick Arguello. We discuss gentrification, his raising in the mission in the 70s, the history of the mission, the need for murals, the...
Mark Rodriguez (48) talks to his daughter, Aurora Rodriguez (17), about his love for music and what his life was like when he was growing up. He also discusses his views on the creative process.
Monserrat Macias Moreno (29) speaks with her friend and mentor Jacqueline "Jackie" Jaramillo (72) about their identity as Latinas, their family histories, and their hopes for the Latino population in the United States.
Frank “Pancho” Mendoza (71) and his sister, Maria Mendoza-Fowler (58) talk about his childhood in San Antonio, growing up in a Migrant Family, and the path he took to eventually earn two college degrees.
Jesse Leon, author of I'm Not Broken: A Memoir, talks with Carolyn Hightower, Deputy Director of the Office on Trafficking in Persons at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, about the importance of sharing his story and the...
Cousins Cynthia Gomez (68) and Amanda Gonzalez (42) talk about their grandmother Rosa Maria Chavez, their identities, and how they are finding healing through uncovering their family history.
An interview between a daughter and her 91 year old father and some of his history as a Chicano growing up in Los Angeles and his life in the Marine Corps.
Friends Yvonne Rodriguez (47) and Jesús Pando (54) talk about going to college in their 30s, majoring in Physics, their ethnic backgrounds and their family.
Sara Santiago (32) interviews her father Gilbert Santiago (60) about their family history and growing up in Lubbock, Texas.
Friends Augustine "Chris" Baca (74) and Alberto Gutierrez (54) talk about family history and what it means to be Chicano.