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- Ukrainian National Museum 3
- Arroyo High School 2
- Cassandra Voss Center 1
- Hinsdale Central High School 1
- OCA-Asian Pacific American Advocates 1
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Yosie Martinez speaks to Alexander Rijo-Martinez about the intersection of her cultural background in relation to her experience as a Latin immigrant student in the United States of America.
Bohdan (51) recounts to his sister Lida (49) what it was like to be the first Ukrainian-American soccer player to play professionally for a champion Ukrainian team and witness the Soviet Union's collapse
Jaime interviews Reg about growing up in southern California and his experience navigating predominantly Mexican-American and predominantly white schools and how that influences his teaching and conception of vocation.
For our class project on empathy and working through difference, Julius and Caitlin were paired up to talk about life in high school and their hopes for their futures.
Emmanuel Woolard (29) talks to his partner Felix Gabriel Lopez (31) about being queer and people of color in 2019.
Marion (66) explains to Lida (51) how the Ukrainian Village community of Chicago shaped him when he moved to the US from Brazil, and how he works to build up community for his family and others
This is the story of an indigenous college student who is of the LGBTQ community and has some very interesting insight to let you in on!
We talked about her life in the U.S and just basic questions about how she feels.
Jay and GY, Intensive English Program students from South Korea, discuss stereotypes with Alex, their Language Partner from the U.S. Stereotypes include ones that foreigners have of Korean people and ones they had before coming to the U.S.
We talked about my mother’s childhood and life as a parent and how she copes with struggles of being a parent
Peruvian by ethnicity, Venezuelan by nationality, and now an immigrant in the US we talk about 25 year old Lucero's Peruvian and Venezuelan family and identity.
My father and I discussed the experiences we had growing up in the same home town. We focused on what being Cuban meant to us here and how it is dificult to maintain culture as imigrant families continue to exist...
Joseph Wesolowski (76) talks with his wife, Wendy Wesolowski (59), about growing up as a street kid in the East Village of New York City, high school, his career in Engineering and adoption of their children.
this interview was about tims upbringing living in St. louis. also about the changes he would like to see on the Ucm campus and racial events that has happened in warrensburg
On December 17, 2019 Lennon Miura, interviewed Mirai Miura (sister) about race and identity.
I interview my grandma about her ethnic background and what she is most proud of.
With my mother I asked some questions relating to the topics of her background her identity and her life now
Lida (51) asks Oryna (56) to describe the Ukrainian National Museum’s last two galas, one virtual under COVID lockdown and the other in person at Round Lake marking the summer solstice
Interview of a native American from spruce pine North Carolina, the interview was conducted by a French student at NC state University
My family members identity and where she grew up from connects to her story. Food is part of every culture, the ingredients she used for her food is from her culture. Rice is seen as a convenient and cheap dish...
In this recording, brother and sister discuss the novel Little Fires Everywhere and the several themes and conflicts that arise.