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I spoke to my grandma about her life and about her growing up. She told me something that totally changes my way of seeing things. She told me that she dropped out of school when she was only 13 years...
I interviewed my Grandma about her experience of immigration. She migrated from China to Taiwan when she was four. When she graduated from college at age 24 she migrated again to Canada and stayed there for 2 years. She then...
People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: Anonymous 10, "They kind of saw me as a threat sometimes I feel because I was such a hardworking person." Anonymous 10 is a bartender in McAllen working as the premier cocktail...
Jeny Amaya (27) talks with her friend Ines Garcia [no age given] about Ines' cultural roots, upbringing and overcoming her struggles with Multiple Sclerosis.
This interview was conducted with my mother. It was based mostly on the differences between Korean and American culture.
En esta entrevista, mi tia y yo hablamos sobre su experiencia en como inmigro a los EU y las dificultades que tuvo que superar en Nueva York.
Peter Kaplanis (74) walks his daughter Cami Kaplanis (50) through his father's emigration to the U.S. from Greece, his upbringing in San Francisco and his military service.
Betty talks about how the Traber family arrives in the US and her memories of her grandparents and parents
In this interview, I talk with my dad, John Biasetti, about his childhood and how his father immigrated to New York City in the early 1900s. We also talk about his time in Vietnam and what he would say today...
Interviewing my father about his experience as an immigrant
Interview describing what it was like to immigrate to the United States from South Korea in 1974, eventually becoming one of the first Asian police office in a three county area (centered around Brazos County) in Texas in 1988.
I, Hannah Cunningham, interviewed my branch president Lamenais Louis about his emigration from Haiti to the United States. In the interview, we talked about how he met his wife, Suzette, how he found the gospel, and the Haitian traditions he...
Discussion of legal and personal challenges as well as common misconceptions relating to immigration
This is a story about a girl navigating the world one match a time.
Natasha Adams (42) interviews her cousin Tina Frundt (47) on her experience advocating for and working alongside victims of human trafficking.
Nadine Lutz (49) talks with her husband John Lutz (52) about her experience coming to the United States from Lebanon and the challenges she faced.
Cristina Rodriguez talks about her experience in the United States and how she feels while also adapted to the United States.