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My father, who is an immigrant in America, confessed to me about how he struggled to settle his and his family's life in America also revealed his hopes for his children in a better country
Luis Herrera, a young Guatemalan immigrant, tells an inspirational story about what the American Dream means to him and how anyone can achieve it.
She grew up in occupied Norway, moved to America with two kids under the age of four, a dog, and their life savings of $200. She didn't speak the language but she just went with the flow. This is how...
Ray Campeau recalls the Serbian celebration of Mesopust, the coming of the interstate, his family's heritage, and the round-the-clock hardworking miners in Butte.
A conversation with Aimee J, Salin Geevarghese and his son Sanjay about dreams, leadership, character, influences, heroes, Alzheimer's, struggle, parents, and President Obama
Mushca aka Maschell Hamilton aka Da Jamaican Killer, gives his life story as an immigrant in this personal recording between loving family members.
Today, me and my grandfather discussed questions about Thanksgiving when he was a child. He discussed the most memorable Thanksgiving he had, one of his family’s Thanksgiving traditions, and his favorite Thanksgiving dish.
Sora Frankel, born 1919, discusses her childhood in Brooklyn, her parents, & her grandparents.
One Small Step partners Aadil Shah (38) and Karl Kramer (64) discuss influential events and people, the role of the federal government, and their hopes and fears for our country.
Al Pola (62) connects with their One Small Step partner, Mani Mahadevan (60) over their experience as immigrants and discuss topics like cultural identity, police perceptions of the public, and racism.
[Recorded: Friday, July 21, 2023] This One Small Step conversation was recorded in Charlottesville, Virginia as part of the Sorensen Institute’s summer High School Leaders Program in 2023. Raeid Ebrahim (18) is from Fauquier County and Lily Brame (17) is...
Tou and Yer Vang from Minnesota talk about their journeys from Laos to Thailand to, finally, the USA. As Hmong refugees to American immigrants, their life story crosses borders, oceans, and generations. As children, they both grew up surrounded by...
I asked questions regarding my grandmother's life all throughout the 20th century
Jaylyn asks Julie about her experience her in America after immigrating from the UK. Julie first came to America for business trips then she got the opportunity to start a marketing group in California. The reputation of California alone gave...
My dad and I have a very strong relationship that was built from past experiences and battles. I love my father endlessly and I have so much respect for him and the things he’s gone through.
Mia Puerto talks to her mom Pam Puerto, about her childhood in Louisiana and what it was like growing up. The interview is conducted in Egg Harbor Township, NJ. Pam Puerto talks about her Christmas's and Summers in Honduras. She...
A 12 year old who organized a Black Lives Matter protest speaks with her mom who immigrated alone to the United States about how each of them have experienced race and how this has shaped their lives.
My name is Blaine Dinh, and my friend’s name is Nhi Ledo. We are both 18 years old. We were talking about her childhood and the instance of her moving to the US and adjusting to the environment. We also...
My name is Daniel and I shared my story with Steven. I wrote a story about how I came to America and my first day school experience.