Ricardo Saravia, interview with my father

Question that I always wanted to ask my father, since he is a first generation immigrant.

interview with my mom :))

Bennett Chiu (17) interviews/talks to his mom Vivian Chiu (late 40s) about her experience transitioning from Hong Kong to America as an immigrant.

De Cuenca a la gran manzana por los ojos de Rossana Pauta

My name is Erick Molina I am 25 years old and this is the story of my mother, Rossana Pauta and her journey coming from Cuenca, Ecuador to New York City as a young adult and all of the steps...

I interviewed my father, Erik Kikut alongside his troubles and experiences of coming to the United States as an immigrant from Norway.

I sat down with Erik Kikut who is my father and we talked about his struggles and persearvance of becoming an immigrant of a new country and devoting his life to whom would be his future wife. Interview is about...

“Americans are crazy. They wear earrings on their teeth.”

In this interview, Lynn Daneguy has an insightful conversation with her mother, Angela Daneguy, in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey on November 23, 2018. Angela discusses her life as a child and the hardships she overcame. She explains the importance...

It Won’t Be like This For Long (Interview with Papi)

Sofia Vazquez, 17 year old daughter, interviews her father, Enrique Vazquez, 45 years old, about his journey to a new country and his journey getting to where he is now in life.

Mustafa Ghannoum tells his daughter about hometown and family structure in the United States

Mustafa Ghannoum is an immigrant in America. He describes his hometown and his life as a child in Damascus, Syria. Mustafa tells Noran Ghannoum about his love for soccer and his views of family structures.

Don’t let being an outsider stop you from achieving any successful dreams!

An interview with a former immigrant to the U.S., Aya Khattab, who didn’t allow the fact that she was an outsider with little to no experience regarding the American culture, it’s native language, or its general lifestyle, to block her...

Joan Kim and Her Father, Woo Kim
December 1, 2020 App Interview

Joan Kim (18) talks with her father, Woo Kim (51) about his childhood in South Korea and his life immigrating to North America.

Faythe Bomba and her grandfather Jose Pimentel talk about growing up as an immigrant

Jose discusses the importance of family, and what it was like growing up in Portugal and the US. He also reflects on his life in recent years, and shares some colorful anecdotes.

My Grandparents

My Grandparents, Lawrence (87) and Theresa (85) Spinelli of Endicott NY. Discussed how their childhoods were, how they met, and life in general.

An immigrant from Brazil

He talks about how it was to leave friends. I love his interview.

Graeme Manning and Stewart Manning

Father and son Graeme Manning (63) and Stewart Manning (24) share a conversation about their family, their relationship, and their upbringings. The two also share stories from each of their childhoods and reflect on the opportunities they have had, particularly...

Brothers in a distant land (Part 2)

Two men share a love that grew thousands of miles from where they were born as brothers. There’s was grown out of a sense of responsibility, purpose and perseverance.

Interview With My Mom

My name is Anett Calispa and I’m 18 years old. In this interview, I speak with my mom, Rosa Cristina Albuja about raising us in the United States. We speak about the hardships and the joys of having kids in...

Nora and David interview
May 14, 2022 App Interview

My grandpa’s life was very hard in Taiwan and moving to America. It was also hard making money, and he did not have a lot.

Coming to America, Not Once But Twice

Dirk arrived in the US from Germany as a baby, but then went back to Germany. He returned again in 1977 as a teenager and had a different experience.

Interview With Arturo Juarez: The Revolving Door Of The Southern Border (Short Version)

I, Elizabeth Juarez (29), interviewed my dad, Arturo (51), about growing up in Central Mexico and crossing the border to the United States in 1989, 1991, and to this day. We talked about what motivated him to emigrate and risk...

Interview with my dad about his life
November 28, 2022 App Interview

I ask questions about my father and his life. My fathers name is Brian Lee and he is 42 years old. He was born in Busan South Korea. I learned about his upbringing, challenges and learned lessons he experienced.

Interview of Otto Alfon Zipf

Ininterviewed my grandfather about his time as being the son of an immigrant, and working in the military.