Tou and Yer Y Vang: Hmong and American

Tou and Yer Vang from Minnesota talk about their journeys from Laos to Thailand to, finally, the USA. As Hmong refugees to American immigrants, their life story crosses borders, oceans, and generations. As children, they both grew up surrounded by...

The Story of a Vanishing Culture

My mother and I talk about her childhood growing up as a Hmong individual that immigrated from Laos. We talk about Hmong culture and what it means to us and the relevance of Hmong today.

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Daniel Douangratdy and Saarah Shakeel

Interns at the United Nations Association of Rochester Saarah Shakeel, age 20, and Daniel Dovangratdy, age 21, consider themselves first generation -- born in the United States. They discuss their parents' experiences immigrating to the United States.

The Great Thanksgiving Listen

My grandma aka Ariya Prasith does the great thanksgiving interview , she speaks about growing up and how life was and what she did in life and what life taught her

To be free

This interview is with my aunt Vatsana Suttlemyre from Laos. We talked about her journey to America and her life after she moved to Bountiful.

Rattanakone Family

I, Lisa Rattanakone (17), talk with my grandma, Douangta Rattanakone (88) about her family, her life back in Laos, my late grandpa, and being in America today. For the sake of sharing, my questions are asked in English and my...

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Lisa Herrick and Lee Herrick

Lisa Herrick (38) and her husband Lee Herrick (49) talk about their respective creative proclivities and their work to integrate art to the Fresno community. They also talk about their respective Asian identities, especially Lisa's Hmong-American identity and how difficult...