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Naomi shares about her family’s legacy as survivors of the Armenian genocide.
Interview regarding social justice issues facing the immigrant community.
Today I talk with Sofia about the difficulty of finding a job in the United States. and also we talk about the difference between her country and the United States.
The dad has moved around a lot and tells about what he has learned from that
I, Melanie Rossi, interviewed my mother, Michelle Rossi, about her experience with migration from when she was young.
This interview was about Leopoldo Saucedo and his immigration to the United States
Great grandma Goya’s migration to the US. Abuelita Alicia’s migration and life in the US.
Melissa Mackenzie (68) prompts her dear friend Esayas Asfeha (41) to recount his migration story from multiple refugee camps to his arrival in Missoula, Montana, a 16 year process.
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.
Loyola University Chicago MSW student Leanna Gruhn discusses issues in immigration with Brenda Rodriguez, a Compañera from the Taller De José agency located in Chicago's Little Village neighborhood. In this clip, Brenda discusses what she wishes people would know about...
Friends Jorge Lazareff (67) and Eli Beller (30) discuss Jorge's migratory journey from his homeland of Argentina to the United States and the various countries Jorge worked in along the way.
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.
“In Michigan people were super nice, and that's not always the case in LA,” said Linda Branca when her son, Dylan Branca interviewed her. The interview took place on Janurary 6, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. The best part of...
My Nonna’s move from her warm island in Sicily, Italy would be a lot different from Buffalo New York.
This is a Spanish interview for my grandma Gabriela Garcia who immigrated from Puebla Mexico in 1990. I ask about her childhood memories and experiences.
Interview was based on the life of a Mexican immigrant growing up in the United States. Sandra Rincon shares with us the major differences of living in Mexico and life in the US.
My dad talks about his life as a child and his experiences throughout life overall including his migration to America. Also, he talks about what I was like as a child and what he would like in the future.
I talked to my Nona about how she came to America, her favorite memory of me, and what she was thankful for.
I interviewed my Aunt Joellen, and learned many new things about the family history.
Seref Baltoprak (31) talks with Jackie Neale (50) about his migration from Istanbul, Turkey to Malta. Seref has hopes to stay in Malta and then possibly move to Germany. When Seref was a master's student in visual culture in Turkey,...
My mom tells her story of her experience of moving from Mexico to California.