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An interview regarding immigration, struggle, and hard-work.
In this over the phone interview, recorded in November 2018 in San Diego, California, Leilani Ferguson (16) interviews her grandma, or Lola, Salud Mangahis (75) about her settlement into the United States from the Philippines and her family upbringing. Mrs....
Shirley’s life in China in WWII, how she immigrated to America, and her first few years in America.
This interview took place on November 24, 2017 in Rancho Santa Fe, CA. The interviewer is Daniel Wolf, who is interviewing his grandma, Sheila Goldfarb. The interview talks about Sheila's childhood, teen years, adult life, having children, and her eventual...
My dad discusses his life immigrating to the United States in the 70s, his time as a marine and meeting my mother and having me.
I first began this interview with my mom, Thuy Huynh. She told me about her life back in Vietnam and how she migrated to the U.S. Around 2005, she was diagnosed with diabetes and has now been working very hard...
My father (Juancho) talks about his experiences in America as an immigrant coming from the Philippines in the 1980s.
About the lives of my grandparents, Say Moua and Choua Yang, and their journey to the U.S. during the Vietnam War. This interview highlights the lives of Hmong people like my grandparents during the Vietnam War in Laos and in...
Christian is a 2 day long new friend. He is Rodrigo’s roommate that recently came to the United States from Spain.
My father talks about his journey of illegally crossing the US border in 2003 from Mexico. The stuggles and changes he went through to get a better life for his family. The misconceptions that Mexicans have on life in the...
I talk with my great aunt about her job and education in the PI, her experience as an OFW/Expat, and how it contributed to her success and stability in America.
This is an interview with my mom about her immigrant story. My mom talks about her life before and after moving to the United States.
Cindy looks back at her life in the Philippines and talks about how she transitions into the life of an American as a teenager.
My Oma, Trudy Chambers, and I, Keely Chambers, reflect on my Oma’s childhood in Germany as we sit together in San Diego. As a fifteen year old in California growing up in 2018 I am curious about how my Oma...
These are all of the possible questiongs I’ve always wanted to ask my mom.
I interview my mom about coming to the US from the Philippines, her thoughts on religion, and being a parent.