It’s A Beautiful Country

This interview took place in Egg Harbor Township, NJ, between Zonja Kaja (16) and her mother Eljona O’Brien (45). They discuss about life in a communist country, such as Albania when Eljona was younger. The feeling of wonder and dream...

Meless Interview

Meless here talks about his life and childhood in Ethiopia. Different topics are discussed and talked about.

Suprajira talks to her mother, Doungpon, about her family, culture, and coming to America

In this interview, conducted on June 2, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois, Suprajira Morakotjantachote (16) interviews her mom, Doungpon Morakotjantachote (47) about her family and culture compared to how she, Suprajira, was raised in America. Her mom talks about how large...

Maria Interviews Her Great, Great Aunts

I interview my great, great aunts, Ernestine DiLaureto and Henrietta Gardocki. They were born in the 1910’s and the 1920’s. We discuss their childhood, events that occurred in their lifetimes, and social norms of their time period.

Ms. Omi: U.S. Immigrant from Israel

Ms. Omi speaks about similarities and differences between the U.S. and Israel, as well as her views on current conflicts in the Middle East.

Nadia and Nina talk about growing up together

Two sisters talk about growing up and how they are different and similar to eachother.

Abbey Brennan & Giovanna Domene

I interviewed Giovanna Domene, an international student who came to Taylor from Brazil.

SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT

An eye-opening, detailed interview that gives a glimpse of authentic Italian culture, mannerisms, and mindsets.

Negative/Positive job descriptions in telemarketing.

This interview was intended to see if my friend has ever had any problems involving racism, biases or any type of inequality while working in the telemarketing industry.

Maanav and Vivek

What was talked about is his entire life, career, and outlook on the world

Simon Handrick discusses how German lifestyle is different than that of Americans

Simon Handrick discusses how German lifestyle is different than that of Americans