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A discussion between Isabelle Ruan, 19 years old, & Chelsea Qiu, 57 years old. I’m Isabelle and Chelsea is my mom. We reflected on her childhood and growing up in 1960s China.
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Indira Garcia was born in Chile during the 1973 Chilean coup d'état, which had a significant effect on her childhood. She was raised in Mexico with a strong focus on intellectualism and family bonds. She...
interview with Francisco Oliveira on his immigration
I’m Daniel Mirza who did an interview with my mom Victoria about her process of immigration and new life in America.
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: An interview with multiple generations of the Sarkisian family, where they share how their ancestors fled the Armenian Genocide, their lifestyle growing up on the family-owned farm, establishing a legacy in Andover, and how their...
This interview is between me, Dominic-15, my mother Maria-49. I ask her questions on how it was to immigrate from the dominican republic to the united states. The interview is in spanish
One Small Step conversation partners Kris Szovati (52) and Craig Wheaton (69) talk about their careers in education, both in and out of schools, as well as their families and their political beliefs.
William Vasquezi, age 15, interviews his grandmother Vera Torres-Tortelli, age 65, about her immigration from Brazil to the U.S.
In this interview, recorded November 28 2022 in Denver, Colorado Ezri Peterson (15) interviews her grandmother Betty Peterson about the origins of her side of the family. Betty shares that her grandparents had come from Russia. She also says that...
My name is Sunjae Lee, and I am a 17 year old junior attending Glenbrook South High school. For my Living History Project, I interviewed my mother based on events that I researched throughout her life.
My name is Louise and my mother is Flavia. We are both first gen immigrants. in this interview, I interview her to tell us her story on what it was like moving to America and what it is also like...
Friends Jacqueline "Jackie" Fierro (23) and Gustavo De Los Rios (25) discuss growing up on the border and what they've learned from their six months dancing together.
My name is Emily Schultz and I am 16 years old. My interviewee is Alan Wade who is my cousin and we talked about the Immigration process.
In this I interview Javoy Griffiths about his journey and immigration to America from Jamaica.
[Recorded Thursday, December 14, 2021] Priya (50s) and Allan (60) recorded a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. They talked about their experiences living in various countries around the world, immigration, family, and their shared love of cooking.
An interview with Ed Kirdar, who was worked in avenues across the world and developed a lot of global experience.
We talked about her life, her experiences, her job, and her family.
Bennett B. Interviews his Pop Pop from Italy. The interview starts off with Pop pops life in Italy and slowly makes its way to present day. The story goes all the back to 1940 up to thanksgiving day 2019. The...
Carmen Iglesias was born in a town run by a Boston Sugarmill company in Cuba. Today we interview my grandmother about her time as a citizen in Cuba. We get to hear first hand experience about how Cuba was like...
Lily Hoang shared her experiences as a child and how these experiences have impacted her life.
Mi tía, Janet Rodriguez, 37, nos cuenta su vida que ella y su familia tuvieron para tener la oportunidad de vivir cómodamente. Ella describe todos los desafíos que tuvo ella y su mamá, para soportar la familia en Ecuador y...
I did this interview with a very close aunt of mine. I did it in Spanish as it is easiest that way for her. I wanted her to understand the questions fully. I got to learn about her story from...