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Anne Ripley (76) is interviewed by her friend, Sharron Dorr (76), about Anne's volunteer work with the International Committee of the Red Cross in Cambodia during the time of the Khmer Rouge.
Janit Saechao (28) interviews her grandmother Yingcho Saechao (67) about living in a refugee camp in Thailand, how she decided to adopt her sister's daughter, and what their life was like when they first came to the US.
My father, Quang, struggled with moving from Vietnam to the United States because of the new language he had to learn and had encountered many problems because of it.
Marvin Walthal (37) speaks with his wife Nejra Sumic [no age given] about her childhood memories of fleeing to Spain as a refugee from Bosnia and Herzegovina, her early experiences and first impressions of coming to America, and her work...
Jeff Thungc (49) speaks with his daughter Mae Thungc (23) about becoming a refugee, living in a refugee camp in Thailand with his family, their Mien culture, and his hopes for the future.
Greg Meyer (49) tells his friend Michi Vojta (43) about his experience as a Rwandan expat in North Carolina during the Rwandan genocide.
New friends Thear Suzuki (46) and Lea Zikmund (23) talk about Thear's brief upbringing in Cambodia during the Cambodian Civil War. They discuss how Thear's family was sponsored to come to the U.S. from refugee/labor camps and how Thear has...
Colleagues Lauren Devine (33) and Alexis Polen [no age given] come together to share their personal and professional experiences to analyze the field of Human Trafficking.
Thu Pham (59) and daughter Tran Le (34) reflect on their memories of Vietnam, leaving the country, and their early life in the US.
Recently reconnected friends Huey-Min Chuang [no age given] and Mei-Yi Chen (51) share their childhood immigration and coming-of-age stories and what home means to them. They also talk about their current projects and what they hope for in their rekindled...
Interviewed my grandparents separately about their childhood and then together about when they met and immigrated to the United States. Approximately the first 15 minutes was my grandma talking about the challenges she faced as a child in Romania/Germany. 15-30...
Sisters Hinde Muya and Amina Osman are interviewed by McKenzie Wren. The pair discuss the path that brought them to the United States from a refugee camp in Somalia. Hinde shares her views about the differences between Somali Bantu culture...