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This is an interview of the wonderful kind and strong woman Ruth Perez. This describes her immigration to America and raising her family im a foreign land.
My name is Alana Fernandez and I am interviewing my grandma, Anna Fernandez in Miami, Florida on November 25, 2017. Topics related to school, childhood, politics, and work were discussed. Anna Fernandez is 82 years old and was born and...
I’m interviewing my grandma over thanksgiving break about her life
My Cuban grandmother and I discuss her early life, including memories of school and childhood, while we learn stories of her marriage proposal, wedding day, and even how recent political activities have affected her. She also shares some of her...
Today me and my mom talked about her and wat her child hood was like with her family
In this interview on November 26 2017. The interview consists of questions about her childhood. Other questions about my mother and her other children and family members.I am really contents and enjoyed the interview that I had with my grandma.
In this interview, conducted in Miami, Florida on November 26,2017, I ask my grandma(Maria Romero) about her childhood and things that have impacted her life.
There was a time where there were no Starbucks, no crazy bars, no “trendy” places. It was in this period of time where Nicholas’s father’s Deli strived in its prime. In November of 2017, at the Hualalai Four Seasons Resort in...
Ira Elegant lived in New York until he was twelve years old when he moved to Miami Beach. He was highly intelligent and ended up becoming a lawyer. After he met his first wife, Sharon, he raised a family with...
In this interview, my grandmother and I spoke about her life when she was younger, memories of her life, and how she would like me to be.
This interview started with asking my grandmother for permission to record the interview, to which she said yes. We got into detail describing how her childhood was in Cuba and how she experienced living in a communist country. She went...
In this interview recorded in November 26, my mom Lorena Silva talks about her early and adult life in Chile. My mom is 50 years old and has 3 children. She talks about her living in Chile and her experiences.
Our interviewer, John Ruano, asks his dad, Hever, a series of questions about his life and values.