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- memories of growing up 46
- personal experiences 45
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- Villa Barbiero Centro Accoglienza Immigrati 3
- East English 1010 2
- Portola High School 2
- Army 1
- Dignity not Despair 1
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My dad who is a Syrian refugee speaks about his childhood and what he had to go through being an immigrant.
The life of Hector Toledo and his hardships on his journey to the U.S. The life of Hector Toledo after making it to the U.S.
This interview is with my aunt Vatsana Suttlemyre from Laos. We talked about her journey to America and her life after she moved to Bountiful.
Adele, Sami, and Yorusalem interview Hana H (student)
This story is about Huan's (left) childhood and how he unexpectedly ended up spending 2 years in a refugee camp in Japan.
Damman is the youngest of the asylum seekers I interviewed at Villa Barbiero Centro Accoglienza Immigrati. While it is always a struggle to cross Northern Africa to get to Libya, Damman had a few strokes of luck along the way....
Nazneen Husain (48) talks to her sons, Zahid Husain (21) and Riaz Husain (26), about the financial struggles she and her husband faced living in America and her reasoning behind wearing a hijab after 9/11.
Frank age 98 on Providence Hospice, of Dutch Indonesian heritage born in east Indies shares reflections with his son Frank who lives with his father about serving in the Dutch Indonesian army and being a prisoner of war for three...
I spoke to my grandfather who had to come to India after the 1947 partition.
Mom’s immigration story, detailing the journey to the United States and life after coming here.
From refugee beginnings to being filmmakers, teachers, photographers, moms, and trailblazers.
Ariel talks about her family’s migration story and the impacts it has had on their lives.
My grandmother and I talked about her life in Vietnam before the Vietnam War. Then we talked about how it impacted her life and how she came to live in the Philippines.
Brigitte Brown (75) talks about being a child in Germany during World War II. She escaped to Czechoslovakia and then was adopted. Her uncle reunited her with her family after the war, and she escaped to West Germany as a...
Zubair Rushk and Etan Shukri, married Syrian refugees, adopted Daniel and Joyce Romm as their American parents after a chance meeting prompted by a newspaper article.
Mother and daughter Beatrice Uwimpuhwe (67) and Aimee Zangandou (39) relate to their friend Beverly Bull (69) the story of their escape from Rwanda in 1994 as the Rwandan Genocide began, their lives as refugees in other countries in Africa,...
Julian Castro spent several years working with refugee children from Central America and decided to sit down with me on September 8th in Chicago, IL to share his experiences. Julian touches on his time caring for and being a support...
Gennady Gene Belous (78) talks with his son-in-law Dave Nash (54) about his family's experience in labor camps, how they were granted amnesty to come live in the United States, and why he decided to legally change his middle name...
Ruhama Lamure (23) chats with her mentor, Pete Anders (56), about her hopes for her new career, what it means to be an officer in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and how the police force can attract more women and people of color.
Tara Dhungana talks with Tatiana Friedman about his experience as a former refugee from Bhutan for Westerville Public Library's Westerville Voices project.
Leonor tells her story about living is a communist, war torn Nicaragua and having to leave the country with her four small children to live in the US.
Though Paulist Father Dat Tran embraces Jesus’ instruction to be a “fisher of men,” he’s learned that the harvest may not come overnight and to trust in the work of the Holy Spirit. In this interview, he speaks about transitioning...