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People of the Rio Grande Valley: Mitch. Artist Mitch Darte and I talk about the loss of her Mother and how it propelled her into her flourishing career in painting. Mitch was a high school art teacher, and after losing...
From El Salvador to NYU to “God”? Listen to how the love of music bounded us from now to our next generation.
Newlyweds Celeste Ramirez-Ocaña (26) and Rigo Ramirez-Ocaña (24) talk about the value of cultural preservation and keeping their families’ traditions alive, especially for their son. They share their experiences navigating different spaces as Hispanic individuals and reflect on how their...
Juana Martinez (17) interviews her dad, Miguel Martinez (40), about his life and how it was growing up in Mexico and having to assimilate in the US.
People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Laura. Laura is a United States veteran who considers herself a fiscal republican with liberal views. Laura holds 3 bachelor degrees, and a U.S. History buff. Laura goes into depth about the...
Recent UNT graduate discusses the culture he was raised in on Texas by his Hispanic parents. He also shares about the prevalence of mental illness in American society.
Anonymous 9 tells us about her happiest and scariest moment in her life, about growing up in a Colonia, about who she aspires to get her PHD, and how her and her husband fell in love.
I sat down with my friend Cesar about his experience on a wildlife science internship before he graduated and looked into his perspective, advice, and life regarding aspects of the field and the importance of nature in our lives.
Alberto Macias meets with his good friend Daniel Garcia as they explore and understand their experiences of the pandemic, including the importance of race, class, and sexuality.
People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Noe Rios and I have a conversation of what is like to live in the Rio Grande Valley in the United States and unable to visit family without any frequency. "Still having...
this is a interview of all the fun memories me and my older sister have and how we grew up in a Hispanic household and all the fun things we experienced
Lourdes Bartolo (38) y su hija, Sarahi Zuniga(18), hablan de los cambios en estilo de vida al llegar a un pais nuevos y las metas del futuro.
I done an interview with Ms. Blanca in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. I know I’m late to celebrating the month, but I think that this interview is good.
Matt Perez, my father, shares his life growing up as a mixed kid in ten sceneries, and to where he has come to now.
lucila tejeda talks about her childhood, her dream job, and more! Only in this interview translated by my mother! you cannot miss it.
We talked about my mother's hardships and random questions.
People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Marisol Roten. Marisol, a Mother of 3, and I have a conversation about her experiences growing up in the Rio Grande Valley. The experience of growing up without her biological father, having...
In this interview I ask my sister Crystal questions about what she was like growing up. I also ask about what her life was like from a Mexican American point of view.
Valeria Torres talks about her arrival in the United States and about the expectations and stereotypes of Hispanic people
An interview between a daughter and her 91 year old father and some of his history as a Chicano growing up in Los Angeles and his life in the Marine Corps.
My mother, Mary Esther Ford (née Bazaldua) discusses her mother’s upbringing (Zoila Michaela Bazaldua) in the 1920s and 1930s in Sinton, Texas.