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Alex B interviews Michael about a racist experience in school after he moved.
Yasmin Dmytruk (48) gets interviewed by her daughter, Sophia Dmytruk (16), for better understanding of her mother's culture, how she came to be, and challenges they both faced together.
Stanley Diep (18) talks with his friend, Justin Capriotti (18) about our childhood and also how things are going in the current pandemic.
Veronica Furukawa (39) interviews her Uncle in law Stanley Furukawa (90) about the start of WWII. He was one of 8 children of Japanese immigrants who came over to work the sugar plantations. He spoke about the attack on Pearl...
Suzie Endow (54) has a conversation with her partner Ellen Tanouye (64) about their relationship and coming out later in life. Suzie talks about first meeting Ellen who was her pastor. Both describe their long term friendship, being Japanese American,...
Jadyn (16) and Mags (17), friends for eight years, discuss their own family histories, as well as their own lives. They are both fifth generation Californian, and they talk about the family history they have in common, and the parts...
Two Japanese American (Sansei third generation) cousins reminiscing about life growing up in California Central valley, WWII concentration camp, and post-war life in Chicago.
Junko Takamatsu (age 74) is an Japanese American woman born after WWII. She shares her story of coming from Japan to the America. Her granddaughter, Lauren Kwong (age 16) asks her questions about her life in America.
I interviewed Chuck Yoneda, my grandfather on my mother's side who lives in Los Altos California. I asked him questions about his childhood on a farm, my japanese great grandfather father during the war, his education at Berkeley, and work...
Junko Takamatsu talks about her contrasting life in America vs. Japan.
Janet Powell, an 80 year old Japanese American from Seattle, shares pieces of her life story in this interview with her granddaughter. She candidly discusses her experiences as a child detainee in the WWII U.S. government Japanese Internment Camps, her...
My grandmother recounts a life spent between America and Japan, a childhood behind barbed wire, an adulthood of hard work and love. She describes herself as normal, but her story is anything but.
Okinawan American talks about growing up in Hawaii in 1930s and 1940s. She also talks about moving to CA to work in a famous hair salon in Beverly Hills called Ménage a Trois. Aunty also talks about her deceased husband,...
Ethyl tells of her experience growing up in California and staying under surveillance in Japan during WWII.
Yo Azama: 2020-11-23 19:21:14 Yo Azama (51) talks to his friend and mentor, Ann Jordan (63), about her mother Tei Dacus (97) who moved to the US to pursue her dream in 1950's and began her career as an educator.
Mary Doi [no age given] interviews her daughter Lisa Doi (29) about her work as an organizer at Tsuru for Solidarity advocating for the Japanese American community, the history of the paper crane, the evolution of folk art in the...
Hailey Yoshida (16) talks with her great-grandmother, Marye Kimoto (97) about her experience in Japanese internment camps and her life afterward. Marye also talks about what it was like to live during World War II.
I interviewed my grandfather in order to learn more about his experience living in a Japanese internment camp during WWII.