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- Graduation ring 107
- Communism 107
- immigration 12
- Cold War 11
- memories of growing up 10
- political beliefs and practices 9
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Dad Talía about his experience emigrating from communist Romania to the US through Italy and his experience once arriving to America.
Richard Huff and his wife, Agnes Huff, remember her parents who were killed in a car accident 2 years ago.
Elizabeth [Betty] Clark remembers Germany and coming to the US and becoming a citizen.
American college student Annie Phan talks to her father, Dr. Chuong Phan, about the differences and similarities between Communist Vietnamese and Democratic American media. Dr. Phan shares his experiences of growing up during the Vietnam War and what his migration...
Keith and Hwa Shim, my grandparents, talk about their experiences with communism, immigrating from North Korea to South Korea to the US.
Michelle Bui (28) asks her mother, Mai Nguyen (63), about her journey from Vietnam to the United States in 1979 and how she felt during that time. Mai also remembers her childhood, the role of religion in her life, and...
Tony Liu (79) talks with his daughter, Tana Liu-Beers (42), about leaving China on the eve of Mao's takeover.
In this interview, conducted on November 23, 2017, in New Orleans, Louisiana, Mike Younis(18) interviews his grandmother, Eneida Laffont (93), about her life, including her childhood, her work life and marriage, and her experience leaving Cuba due to communism. She...
I interview my mother on a variety of different topics, ranging from the fall of Communism to ramen noodles.
Sisters Martha Bray (64) and Ruth Beers (77) recall their childhood with two parents who were very politically active and the impact that had on their upbringing.
One Small Step partners Emily Tomkins (29) and Joseph "Joe" Loftus (68) discuss their different political beliefs and find common ground around income inequality and being "introverts."
One Small Step conversation partners Rachel Douglas (46) and Ioan Ban (41) discuss about politics.
Irene Rosen defected from Czechoslovakia at 11 years old. Her family’s clever escape from the Communist regime showcases the trials and tribulations of immigrants in the 1970’s. She reflects on her experience and elaborates on her unique story.
We talked about my dad’s life in China from age 0-18. He was there from 1973-1991.
In this interview, on November 2017 in Wylie, Texas, Cristine Ma interviews her cousin John. He shares his thoughts on life, a bit of his beliefs, and family. John shares intimate details of his grandpa, from living a beautiful life...
Came to the United States in early fifties and raised children in the city of Chicago.
My dad came from a humble beginning and one of his greatest moments in life was holding me when I was born.
my mom, Dominika shiell, age 21 (for the past 25 years) talked about her life experiences including growing up during the aftermath of WWII and growing up under the Russian occupation of Poland, aka communist rule over Poland.
One Small Step partners Jennifer Weston (56) and Paul Wood (59) discuss the people and events that have most influenced their beliefs, why they are often troubled by people with similar beliefs, and why they are scared about the current...
Father tells his daughter about growing up in Milwaukee, his travels and his work.