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- Communism 107
- immigration 12
- Cold War 11
- memories of growing up 10
- political beliefs and practices 9
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Betty Grebenschikoff, 79, is interviewed by her daughter Jennifer Grebenschikoff, 58.
Marcin goes back to growing up in Communist Poland and discusses memories, hard moments, and happy moments.
During our interview we talked about how Sheron Baratz was in Berlin while Germany was being unified. She talked about what it was like being there during this time period.
Spouses, Trinh Jones (59) and Tim Jones (58), talk about their contrasting childhoods in Saigon, Vietnam and Troy, Missouri, as well as the shared values that bring them together. They also reminisce about their early relationship, raising their two sons,...
I interview Diana Truong about her experience in Vietnam during the Vietnam War, leaving Vietnam and life in the United States.
One Small Step conversation partners Sally Gilbert (67) and Jeri Thompson (63) discuss their shared experiences growing up in the South, raising children, and reckoning with their race. They reflect on their generational connection and their hopes for the future.
I talked to my mother about her childhood and growing up in communist Yugoslavia.
My grandmothers stories from when she was little and the experiences she had gone through and learned lessons about.
George Rodon (72) and mentee Eduardo "Eddie" Fernandez-Crespi (39) share thoughts on family, Cuban heritage, how they first met, race relations in Cuba vs U.S. and their view on government systems.
In this interview on November 28, 2018 in Wylie, TX, Kayla Nguyen interviews her mom, Hannah Nguyen, about how it was like growing up in Vietnam. Hannah recounts her childhood memories when she was still living in Vietnam. She also...
Roberta Zadow (70) talks to her daughter Kira Greer (32) about growing up with Polio and her time in the Haight Ashbury during the 1960’s.
An interview with my dad Terry Bach, on his life from communist Vietnam to the United States and also discusses his career.
In this interview, conducted in December 3, 2017, Raluca Narita interviews her father (age 46) about his childhood, immigration to America and life experience in general. Mr. Narita speaks about life in a communist country and his career both in...
My mom grew up in China during the Great Leap Forward. In this interview I ask about her experiences growing up there.
My father, Quang, struggled with moving from Vietnam to the United States because of the new language he had to learn and had encountered many problems because of it.
Elizabeth Rosen, 89, talks with her granddaughters Hanna Kanofsky, 21, and Samantha Kanofsky, 23, about growing up with Korean parents in Hawaii and her marriage and family.
This interview was in Spanish. It talked about the life my mother, Lucia, had in Cuba. The events that occurred, how her father was a doctor and it was very difficult to leave because he was needed in hospitals.
I interviewed my mother, who is a Ukrainian immigrant from the Soviet Union. Topics discussed included her experience transitioning to American life and Soviet culture
Dad Talía about his experience emigrating from communist Romania to the US through Italy and his experience once arriving to America.
Richard Huff and his wife, Agnes Huff, remember her parents who were killed in a car accident 2 years ago.
Elizabeth [Betty] Clark remembers Germany and coming to the US and becoming a citizen.
Keith and Hwa Shim, my grandparents, talk about their experiences with communism, immigrating from North Korea to South Korea to the US.