“For really big problems we use really creative solutions.” an interview with Daniel Irwin

Daniel Irwin’s first direct connection with NASA started in the small town of Flores in Guatemala. Amidst work dodging snakes and spiders in the jungle, he had a chance encounter with a researcher who handed him satellite mapping images of...

Sylvia Escobar Final Interview (interviewed by Haley Herman and Abbey Knoll)

A wonderful interview with an amazing women and her stories from her village in Guatemala

Lexi McCown interview of Roger McCown

Lexi McCown interviews her dad, Roger McCown and discusses things like his early life and how he grew up. He tells stories of his unique childhood growing up outside of the U.S.

“My middle name is Channel. My life is a Joke.”

In interviewing my sister Dayanara, she touched on things such as life experiences, hardships in terms of self harm, self actualization, the AP program, and everything else in between.

Cesia Villatoro and her mom, Claudia Martinez, talk about growing up in Guatemala transitioning into a new country

In this interview, made on June 2018 in Chicago, IL, Cesia Villatoro(17) interviews her mom Claudia Martinez(41) about growing up in Guatemala. She talks about the struggles she obtained in her home country and some she faced as she moved...

Paola’s Life

This is a short interview with my friend and colleague Paola about her heritage, goals, and ambitions

Adventurous German American Woman traveling in Remote Southern Mexico in 1959

Travel in remote Mexico to visit the Lacandon Indians in the jungle of Chiapas with a young documentary film maker in 1959. Travels of 19 year old Brigitte Heberle Stehlik and Manhattan Montana hitchhiking

Entrega con Emma Cosigua

Ella se llama Emma Cosigua. Ella es de Guatemala, y ella creció en New Jersey. Ahora, Emma vive en Knoxville, Tennessee, con su esposo y su hijo.

Growing up in two different countries

I’n this interview two girls share their stories about growing up in Guatemala and Puerto Rico and then later in life both of the girls ended up moving to the US.