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This is Connie Lau's experience of recently moving to the United States.
Talked about my mom’s childhood and what it was like. Also talked about her college experience.
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.
In this recording between my father and I, we talked about his childhood and his experiences of coming to the United States. He talked about his difficultly of living in United States with an American family. Later on, he talked...
Christian is a 2 day long new friend. He is Rodrigo’s roommate that recently came to the United States from Spain.
My Mom Came form China to America without knowing anyone or English. She explains her journey of being seen as different and how she learned to Speak up and stay strong.
[Recorded: December 2, 2022] Onyii and Taamson have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, VA. Onyii is an undergraduate student at the University of Virginia who shares a passion for topics of economic development, post-colonialism, and human rights particularly...
Brenda Genium talks to Betsy Stone about her experience being a daughter to Brazilian immigrants and first generation college student. Brenda describes the transformation in her perspective from once desperately wanting to fit in to typical American standards, to now...
Born in India, my mom came here at a very young age. This was the land of opportunity but also very scary to be tossed in a new culture with a new language and having to figure out things day...
Abby (currently earning a Master of Social Work) interviews Lili (currently earning a M.A. in Counseling). In this segment, Lili discusses how her understanding of her family’s migration changed as she grew up.
Katherine Chon [no age given] interviews her friend and colleague, Helen Wong Taylor [no age given], about how she arrived to the anti-trafficking field, what she has learned from her work, and how parenthood has impacted her work.
Abby (currently earning a Master of Social Work) interviews Lili (currently earning a M.A. in Counseling) about her understanding of her family’s migration in childhood and how her perspective has expanded and evolved throughout her life.
Viviana Razo(21), interviewed her older sister Katherin Razo-Gomez who talks about her experience as a first generation Latina and about her college experience.
Heidi Hartmann explains what it was like to be a First-Generation college student at Swarthmore College in the 1960s.
I decided to interview my sister because she is one of the most influential persons in my life (my go to person). For her being the first born and raised in the U.S. was not easy, she had high expectations...
I talked with my mom about her different experiences growing up first generation in America as the daughter of two Irish immigrants.
A conversation between two friends that decided to take take the enterpenure route after college and open up shop in the town they grew up in.
I’m interviewing my dad who is an immigrant from Northern Ireland and was the first in his family to go to college.