Global Citizenship

An interview with Mariana Ruiz, a Spanish professor at Arizona State University discusses her life in Mexico, Spain, and the United States as well as what it means to be a global citizen.

My mom (spanish)

My mom talks about her life in a small town in Mexico, where she was born.

My Brother’s Story

Today, we talked about my brothers story and where he started and how he came to be what he is today. I sincerely take my brother as a role model, for not only is he a hard working man, but...

Family is everything
January 14, 2019 App Interview

On January 6, 2019, Diego Velazquez interviewed his grandfather Fernando De La Torre who describes his transition to the US from his home in Mexico in the 1960s. Fernando also explains the differences between Mexico and California. In this interview,...

Immigration Stories: Mexico-United States An Oral History – Anonymous 15

Anonymous #15 tells us of what it is to have grown up on the border of Mexico and California, crossing over up to 4 times a week, and to have family in the United States that are impossible to see.

Historia de Gloria y su tiempo en un pais nuevo

Today we spoke about her story in coming from Mexico to living a new life in the United States. We go in depth about her experience and her families experience.

Rosa Fragoso

In this interview in November 22, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois, Maya Fragoso (17) interviews her aunt Rosa Fragoso Ramirez (56) about her childhood, her moving to Chicago, Illinois from Durango, Mexico in 1961. How it was difficult to except her...

Mios mis

Omar’s life story growing up in Mexico and becoming a US citizen

Love said through food

She is a 1st generation Mexican in the US figuring out her love language and future. Food is the biggest thing in her life for many reasons but the biggest reason is love. (Interview ends at 41 minutes. The recording...

Maritza asks grandma Vicenta about her childhood.

I interviewed my grandmother Vicenta and asked her a few questions about how she grew up and her life experiences.

“Richmond is like my second home”- José talks about his life in the US and his love of learning

José Luis and Alison discuss the things he loves about Richmond while also acknowledging the challenges of making a life in a new country. The two also talk about his love of learning, travel, and his future education plans!

Spanish 119 About our History

Hoy entrevisté a Jennifer que tiene veinte años. Actualmente trabaja para Amazon y su familia es de México. En la entrevista le hice preguntas sobre su viaje familiar a los Estados Unidos. Aprendí muchos desafíos que enfrentó para llegar aquí...

Sociology 130 Interview

Me and Caroline disgusted her life from early childhood to her wedding day to current day to see what her goals are and have been. We discussed how things don’t go as you plan them. I wanted to know what...

The American Dream

At the age of seven, Jesse Marino and his family came to America to seek asylum from communism in Cuba. On December 22nd in Toluca Lake, Mia Phillips sat down with her family friend, Jesse Marino(58 years old), to learn...

Entrevista con mi abuela

Esta es una entrevista con mi abuela sobre su vida y sus experiencias.

Asking questions that I had on my mind

Elizabeth V.(17) and Marcos V. (52) talk about some questions Elizabeth has had for her dad.

Conociendo un poco de mi
December 1, 2022 App Interview

yo entrevisté a Yanitzi y le pregunté a cerca de sus planes de vida y ella y yo somos amigas llevamos conociéndonos tres años

Teresa Gonzalez (centro) habla de como los Estados Unidos le ha dado derechos como mujer para separarse de un esposo abusivo.

“Estoy libre. Tengo libertad.” Teresa (centro) habla con su colega Mariana (izquierda.) Teresa es una cuidadora de ancianos y una madre de cuatro hijos; 3 recibieron DACA, 1 recibio un título universitario y el más joven empieza universidad este año.

Life growing up

Asked about his life as a child, where he grew up and how it was. Also, his relationship with his family and dreams as an adult.

Interview with Kenya Campos: An Undocumented Mother of Three

In this interview I talk with Kenya Campos, a family friend, about her childhood in Mexico, her journey to the United States, the struggles her family has faced in regards to their current immigration status and her fears as wells...