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Alex Edillor (65) and his son Alexander Edillor (20) talk about what it means to be Filipino in the US, and more specifically in the Central Valley. The two talk about their respective Filipino identities, Alex as a first generation...
In this recording, brother and sister discuss the novel Little Fires Everywhere and the several themes and conflicts that arise.
Loyola University Chicago MSW student Kate Dawson talks with her best friend of many years, Chloe Kilano, about growing up with two immigrant parents from Iran. The two reflect on Chloe's experience of being a first-generation college student while challenging...
Andover Stories of American Identity: Juan Morales shares his harrowing story about coming to America as a young child. He discusses the importance of family, culture and hard work.
Interview with my mother Barbara Kline, 82. Memories of first generation childhood, the 50s and 60s, a career in modern dance, and life as a rabbi's spouse.
Theo Saillant (29) and his father John Saillant (65) come together to discuss life in Kalamazoo, Michigan, education, and family.
Lisa McGahey Veglahn, 46, interviews her mom Ann R. Smith, 85, about growing up during the Depression as a first generation Yugoslavian-American, and about what her mom is most proud of in her life.
Cody Galloway, a dual citizen of the United States and Australia, talks about how it’s not always difficult to move to another country.
Andover Stories of American Identity: Alex Wu sits down to interview his exceptional math tutor, Tao Tu, about his childhood as a math prodigy in China, immigrating to the United States, and raising his family, including his two daughters.
Jerry Yang is 22 years old and has been living in America for the past 7-8 years. We talked about the Chinese culture and how it fairs against American culture. We also talked about assimilating to different cultures and what...
Michael talks to his friend Carol (78) about the development of the Jewish community in Ann Arbor and working together at Hillel.
Kurdish artist talks about leaving his homeland, Syria, and coming to United States.
One Small Step partners Valerie McCloud (62) and Halley Cole (28) discuss the level of discord and intolerance in the country, the diversity in their friend groups growing up, and Black Lives Matter.