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In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Gallatin, Tennessee, Megan McCormick (17) interviews her mother Jennifer McCormick (44) about what life was like for her growing up in the 70s as a part of a family with traditions that...
Maya interviews her grandmother about her immigration from Taiwan in 1969
Interviewed my grandparents separately about their childhood and then together about when they met and immigrated to the United States. Approximately the first 15 minutes was my grandma talking about the challenges she faced as a child in Romania/Germany. 15-30...
Pari and Emily sat down to discuss why Pari’s family left India when she was young, what their experience was like as immigrants in the US and how things have been for them throughout the past twenty years. The interview...
We talked about my Grandma’s immigration from Ireland to England to America.
“It is a very specific cloud hanging over us. It just feels like we’re at pause.” Irakere Picon, an immigration lawyer who often represents undocumented immigrants — and happens to be an undocumented immigrant himself — talks with his wife,...
My mom and I talked about her immigration from Russia to Israel and then to America. She also talked about her transitions from one state to the other.
My grandmother, Laura, grew up in Haiti and moved to the United States when she was 26. In this first part of our interview she discusses what it was like growing up in Haiti, why she left Haiti, and talks...
We spoke about my moms upbringing and experience immigrating from Cuba to America.
In this inteview with my grandpa, Autemio B. Ramirez, 76 years old, we talked about his life in the Philipines before he emigrated to the United States and his life after he emigrated. We saw the similarities and differences between...
Gina shares her grandfather’s immigration story, experiences of being a migrant worker, the effects of transnationality on the structure and dynamic in her family, and her own journey of working with migrants.
Michael is a 31 year old Male who grew up in Lagos, Nigeria. In this interview we discuss his upbringing in Lagos, his move to the US, and his experiences and views on abuse, specifically domestic abuse.
Rogan and I discuss his immigration to the United States from South Africa in a time of social and political turmoil. Rogan explores how his privilege in coming to the United States shaped his ability to assimilate into American culture.
Nora Brown talks about titanium body parts, bike accident, Argentinian heritage, and friendship with Nora Blonde
This is the immigration journey of Marilyn, a Venezuelan girl who left her country, due to increased violence, and came to the US to pursue a better future
This Interview was conducted as part of a class assignment for SOWK 732 Migration, Human Rights, and Social Justice, a graduate level social work course at Loyola University Chicago. The Interview mainly focuses on immigration and economic justice from the...