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Friends, Doreen Richardson (52) and Sandra Taitt-Eaddy (58), discuss their Barbadian identity and the differences in their experience as migrant women.
This is a discussion between my Israeli father, Ofer, and I. We talk about his experiences growing up in Israel and how he managed to make a life for himself here in America.
A 15 year old and 13 year old talk about what it’s like going from being the majority to being the minority. They explain what it was like to grow up with multiple cultures and being different from everyone around...
I interviewed a friend from Columbia for my Muticulturalism and Diversity class at Winona State.
In this interview, conducted in June 2018 in Chicago, Illinois, Aysha Ahmad (17) interviews her mentor Anabel Chavva (27) about her graduate school experience and intercultural marriage. She talks about meeting her Indian husband in Ireland and how they work...
Yara Ferreira Clüver (54) talks to her mother, Maria Ferreira Clüver (88), about their multicultural family and what it was like to move from Brazil to join her husband in Germany and then proceed to raise their children in America...
Barbara D. Martinez (76) talks with her daughter Renee Martinez (49) about her life.
Andover Stories of American Identity: Claudia Treacy discusses her multi-cultural life and traditions between living in Colombia and Venezuela and finally arriving in the U.S. amidst significant political changes in Venezuela. Claudia discusses how she assimilated to the American language...