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- First Impressions of America 69
- Immigration Stories 26
- Childhood memories 14
- Family 5
- Vietnam War 4 130 more
- mmhs 2
- Air Force Association NYS Chaplain 1
- American Legion Melvin Post 1231 Chaplain 1
- Chicago 1
- family 1 3 more
Interviewing my mom (Kyung Kang age: 40) and grandma (Sunyi Chin age: 70) about their experience immigrating to America
AP United States class interview. Discussing Shabbir Chachu’s life and memories.
Collinwise Osei-Aboagye talks to his daughter, Amma Aboagye , about his childhood in Ghana, immigrating to the United States, his initial interactions with African Americans as a Ghanaian, and his connection with Ghanaian culture after living in the United States...
This was about immigration and JFK’s assassination, 9/11, and Vietnam
I interview my grand aunt about life in America and in the Philippines
Interviewing a first generation Nigerian immigrant about his experiences in America.
Michael Scordo (16) interviews his grandmother (72). My grandmother speaks about how she achieved the American dream. She talks of how she came here from Croatia and the history of our family. It was very dangerous to leave communist Yugoslavia...
Angelica was 20 yrs old when she first immigrated to the United States. She has now lived in Austin, Texas for 26 years, where she was filled with aspirations to just make a better life for herself and now for...
In this interview, conducted in January 2018 in Felton California, Jillian Francis (17) interviews her grandparents Wendy Cope (77) and Patrick (79) about their childhood and happy memories they share. Mr. and Mrs. Cope talk about their involvement with the...
My dad, Phung Nguyen, talks about his life and what he had to go through comingvto America and his experience while living in America.
My dad talks about life during the Vietnam war, the struggles he went through to get to the U.S., and how he was assimilated into American society
I interviewed my grandmother about her life in the Philippines before she had came to America
I interviewed my grandmother from my mother’s side. I asked her some questions about her life, why she immigrated to the United States in 1988, and what she was thankful for Thanksgiving.
This interview is about my grandmother new life here in America. And her education.
My grandmother, Leontina, talks about her new life and transition into living in America with her new experiences and hardships.
I talked to my dad about his experiences in America and he gave me a few lessons about life too.
We talk about how harsh the transition to America was and the intense culture shock my mother experienced, along with her good experiences as well.
(Interview 1:) A story of how my nan, Mary Walsh, moved from Ireland to America. She was only 16 years old at the time, and made a successful life for herself despite having to leave her family behind. She also...