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“My childhood was actually great!” In November of 2018, ninth grade student, Olivia Foxman interviewed her grandmother, Shelly Foxman. Olivia learns about Shelly’s admirable childhood post World War ll. Shelly’s story starts in 1951 in Chicago, but her family's story originates...
In this interview conducted on November 26th, 2018, Amya (21) interviews her friend Winnie (21) about her experiences as a first-generation immigrant and college student. Winnie shares what it was like to grow up experiencing two different cultures simultaneously (Kenyan...
Reshma Gajjar, an Indian-American, describes her journey as a dancer, from performing at Luaus as a third grader to dancing on the silver screen in Hollywood.
Crystal chats about her aspirations of being the first to graduate college and her struggle coming to terms with her sexuality.
In this interview done on April 20, 2019, Patricia Tran (20) interviews her mother (60) about her life in Vietnam during the Vietnam War and her journey in fleeing and adapting to the United States and its culture. Thuy Nguyen...
Margaret Lim speaks about her experience immigrating from Indonesia to the United States.
Zainab Ahmed speaks about her experiences in college so far and some of her struggles throughout college. She also speaks about why she’s doing what she’s doing and how she plans to carry out her future.
Richard (50) and Kim (45) interviewed Dorothy (88) about her life through the years as well as some of the highlights and challenges.
Friends Jennifer Ramos-Chavez (39) and Chelsie Evaldi (39) discuss growing up and raising families in El Paso, being first-generation Mexican-Americans, and the ways they have overcome obstacles to achieve their goals and give back to their community.
A story of family friend's family background, leaving Mexico, & settling in the U.S. Also her life in the U.S. and her reflections as far as looking back on her past and her present life now as an immigrant.
We talked about her life in Brazil and her life in the US and moving between both.
Reflections about Life
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 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...
One Small Step conversation partners Damon Young (45) and Martin Garcia (40) talk about their beliefs about the economy, religion, and local politics.
I’m interviewing my dad who is an immigrant from Northern Ireland and was the first in his family to go to college.
I interview my mom about her experience as a first generation college student, and how she went on to become a professor. We compare her experience to my experience as a current college student.
In this interview, we talked about Jose's experience meeting his wife, Leticia, and coming into the United States; with a glimpse of his Childhood.
Heidi Hartmann explains what it was like to be a First-Generation college student at Swarthmore College in the 1960s.
We talked about the future, past and present. We talked about our feelings.