Latino x interview

It' was about the experience of moving to the U.S to get a better educatión.

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Monserrat Macias Moreno and Jacqueline Jaramillo

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.

Interview with Diego Ramirez

In this interview, I interviewed my friend Diego (24) who also goes to SFSU. He is a first generation student who is also a STEM major. He speaks about his background up until now in his life.

A Conversation Between Coworkers: Lili & Abby

Abby (currently earning a Master of Social Work) interviews Lili (currently earning a M.A. in Counseling) about her understanding of her family’s migration in childhood and how her perspective has expanded and evolved throughout her life.

Carlos Talks About His Life Man

Carlos talks about his experience growing up in Latin America and his adulthood.

A Conversation Between Coworkers: Lili & Abby

Abby (currently earning a Master of Social Work) interviews Lili (currently earning a M.A. in Counseling). In this segment, Lili discusses how her understanding of her family’s migration changed as she grew up.

A conversation with Brianna

A chat with my Latinx Collective co founder Brianna

Interview with my Tia Martha

I interview my Tia Martha who has been in education for over 30 years. She is the oldest of my mother's siblings. Growing up in the 60s and 70s she was a part of the generation that experienced a lot...

Johana Sanabria & Theo Sanabria: Being Latinx & a Transgender Man

Johana Sanabria (20) talks with Theo Sanabria (25) about how his childhood experiences, growing up as a Transgender man in a Latinx household affected his life and his mental health. Also discuss self-growth and how to help one self.

How to Fight Back: Xanat Sobrevilla

Andrew Taylor (Student, Chicago) spoke with Xanat Sobrevilla (Organizer, Chicago) of Organized Communities Against Deportation about her work, the deportation process, and her vision of migration justice in the future.

Conversations with My 94yo Colombian Great-grandmother

In this interview, I talk to my 94yo Colombian Great-grandmother about anti-racism and anti-Blackness in America, spoken mostly in Spanish.

Ethnic Lit Autoethnography
December 10, 2022 App Interview

I’m Livia Graf and I’m being interviewed by Liv Scadina. We’re both seniors and go to school together. This podcast is about our Ethnic Literature final, where I wrote an essay about how a girl in my class thought I...

Navegantes (con Fabiola Bair)

Fabiola Bair (31) talks with primo-hermano Joseph Hernandez (28) about family origins, structure, traditions, social networks, accomplishments and life in general. Trail-blazers at heart and descendientes de familia Oaxaqueña, Fabiola and Joseph share their experiences growing up as 1st Generation,...

Oral History Interview with Maria Najera: an unstoppable woman who leads with her heart.

I interviewed Maria Najera about her experiences migrating as a child, navigating the United States and pursuing a career as a child and family advocate. Her experiences allow her to draw connections about a correlation between quality of life and...

John-Paul Ramirez & Montserrat Archila

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...

Neighborhood Equity and Latino Urbanism in Dallas, TX

A discussion about the Latino experience in Dallas, TX, small business owners and the threat of housing displacement in Oak Cliff neighborhoods with Jennifer Rangel, urban planner and author of "A Geographical Examination of Urban Planning - Oak Cliff as...