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Here are a few questions about my father, Baltazar Rayo who came from Mexico at 14 years old. I’m very proud of everything this man has done for me, and he is truly an inspiration to me and my brothers.
From playing youth soccer in Las Vegas, to the 2010 FIFA World Cup, and on to ESPN - Herculez Gomez (40) discusses his life and career with family friend Evy Lemmon (16).
John-Paul and Montserrat about growing up in the U.S as members of the Latin-A, (LatinX, Hispanic, Latino) community, not fitting into a box and sometimes feeling ostracized by the Latin-A communities as well as they communities where they lived, worked...
In this interview we cover Maria Rodriguez childhood and what she did for candy money. We get into the history of her ancestors and when they arrived in Chicago. We get a look into a family change of identity. Lastly...
In this interview, Liz Plata (19) interviews her friend Jennifer Moreno (20) about her perspective on Thanksgiving as a Latina. She elaborates on how her family celebrates Christmas more than Thanksgiving as a result of being from Mexico, where they...
Luis Herrera, a young Guatemalan immigrant, tells an inspirational story about what the American Dream means to him and how anyone can achieve it.
I sit down with my older siblings to talk about the family and and how they feel like we as a family are like. We talk about our favorite memories and how they both of them grew up. (Recorded on...
Spoke about structure, history, and current programming in Casa
Victor Calderon (37) interviews his wife Araceli Rodriguez (35) about how her upbringing in Yuma and her relationship to Arizona after she graduated college.
The Virtue of Hard Work is an interview with Steven Quintanilla conducted by his cousin, 14-year-old Angel Santiago in Panorama City November 10th, 2017. Steven Quintanilla is a 23-year-old father to his newborn son who attends Los Angeles Community College,...
Juan Morocho's life in the 1970s to early 1990s. His life during Latin America's revolutionary time period, and his personal story entering the United States. I asked him about his life under a military government, and he mentions that inability...
Coordinator of Immigrants with Disabilities Project interviews participant and advocate for the blind Blanca Angulo during the covid Pandemic.
and this interview we discussed Latino culture, heritage history, and all that goes into being a Latino ￼
One Small Step partners Lupe McCloud (54) and Fay Chelmow (62) have a conversation about the community outreach that they both work towards.
Carlo Chunga describing his experiences growing up in Peru before moving to the United States.
We talked about Eduardo’s experiences and his childhood and what he faces today.
In honor of Latino/a and Hispanic Heritage Month, San Francisco Village Wellness coordinator Jessica Da Silva (34) interviews SFV member George Woyames (77) about what he would want other generations to know about being Latino in his generation.
Recent UNT graduate discusses the culture he was raised in on Texas by his Hispanic parents. He also shares about the prevalence of mental illness in American society.
We discussed Sergio's life, DACA status, immigration story and family.
Father, John "Jack" de Golia (69) and son, Kyle de Golia (27) discuss their family ancestry, ethnicity and cultural background.
Soledad Rivas es mi abuelita que nació el 9 de Noviembre de 1936 en La Estancia Del Refugio, Mexico. Mi abuelita me cuenta unas historias de su niñez y los lugares en donde viviera. También habla sobre sus hijos, nietos,...
Monserrat Macias Moreno (29) speaks with her friend and mentor Jacqueline "Jackie" Jaramillo (72) about their identity as Latinas, their family histories, and their hopes for the Latino population in the United States.