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- Villa Barbiero Centro Accoglienza Immigrati 3
- campbell hall 2
- Americandream 1
- Arroyo Vista 1
- Arroyo Vista Charter Middle School 1 47 more
I talked to both of my parents about their views on culture and how my mom felt when she came to this country.
“He taught me how to be happy” Tegan Blanchard interviewed his friend’s mom Sylvia Roji in December 2017. She describes what it is like to grow up in Mexico, and how the people around her affected who she is today.
We discussed Sergio’s life, DACA status, immigration story and family.
In this interview, conducted in December 2017 in Plano, Texas, Charles Cao (16) interviews his mother Brigit Bao (46) about her childhood growing up in China. Brigit shares stories about the struggles growing up, and the connections she made with...
In this interview, Elainie and her father, Simon, talk about moving to America and what it’s like. He talks about having a hard life being an immigrant moving to America with little money. He also talks about kids bullying him...
Mary describing the oldest relative she remembers.
We talked about her childhood and what it was like to be an imag rant in those times
This interview is private.
A kiwi talks about his life from Scotland to New Zealand and his adventures in between
This is my interview with my mother where we touch up on both her and my childhood.
In this interview, conducted in November 2019 in Santa Clara, California, I interviewed my dad Philip Whang (55) about his childhood life in Korea and the events that happened at that time. He shared stories about what education was like...
Getting to know my dad’s childhood in Spanglish. From San Rafael, a small ranch near Huejucar, Jalisco, Mexico to Southern California and three very American daughters. He talks about life lessons and loss.
Grandma Cathy tells the story of our family’s American journey
Bertha Rubis talks about immigrating from Greece to America, and about her love for her family.
86 and 90 year old siblings, Max and Sonja reflect on their families’ choices and character as they recall their immigration from Germany to the United States in 1937.
At first my dad was a little uncomfortable doing the interview but as we continued the questions talking about his wedding, his favorite memories, what books he loves, and his experience first living in the U.S he got more into...