Immigration Interview

I spoke with my grandpa about his experiences immigrating to the United States.

A Filipino mother’s journey to the US.

In this interview we talk about my mom's life in the Philippines and all the trials and tribulations she went through during all stages of her life, from graduating college, to getting a job and moving to the US, and...

The Iranian Revolution of 1979, Through the Eyes of a Fleeing Immigrant

Pamela Shamshiri was nine years old when the Iranian Revolution began. Pamela and her mother and brother were in Los Angeles for Christmas when the revolution started. Her father went back to Iran, but the other three family members stayed...

El Wajiro

In this interview my grandpa, Luis Gomez tells me about his story during the Cuban revolution and how he was able to escape the communist government. This interview warns future generations of the consequences of radical governments and exposes the...

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Yasmeen Kadouh and Syma Mohammed

Syma Mohammed (33) talks with new friend, Yasmeen Kadouh (25), about her podcast, Dearborn Girl, which encourages self-empowerment for Arab and/or Muslim women through storytelling.

we are related to Benjamin Franklin

I interviewed my grandma Diana Buuck and I learned, that me and my grandma are distantly related to Benjamin Franklin. I learned that both sides of her family has relitives that fought in the revolutionary war.

Interview with Hortensia Marchini

During this interview we discussed my grandmothers life. She talked about her experiences and development through rough times!

My Dad and Iran

My dad is from Iran and had first-hand experience with the revolution that took place in 1979. He has many stories and many opinions on the life there and decided to leave the country when he was 23.

Ilona Nanay talks to her mom, Julia Nanay, about coming to the U.S. and becoming a mom

In this interview, conducted in September 2019, Ilona Nanay interviews her mom, Julia Nanay, about her experiences fleeing Hungary after the revolution in 1956 and starting a new life in the United States. She describes the values her parents taught...

Conversation with my grandma

I interviewed my grandma, Ana Simanca Marquez about her experience living in Cuba during the revolution and coming to the United States. Her life as an orphan and eventually reuniting with her parents.

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Rosa Acosta and Sofia Munoz

Sofia Munoz (25) talks with her Grandmother, Rosa Acosta (80), about fleeing the Castro regime during the 1960's.

The Strongest Women I Know

I talk with my Grandmother about her experiences in Cuba during the Communist Revolution and coming to America as a Peter Pan Kid.

Covid-19: Steve McFadden of Revolution Coffee Roasters

Jackie Neale talks with friend and Revolution Coffee Roasters owner, Steve McFadden about the impact the Corona Virus has had on both his business and home life. In March 2020, the Northeast United States was given a stay-at-home order essentially...

we are related to Benjamin Franklin

I interviewed my grandma Diana Buuck and I learned, that me and my grandma are distantly related to Benjamin Franklin. I learned that both sides of her family has relitives that fought in the revolutionary war.

COVID-19: Jackie Walther of The Square Meal

Jackie Walther and Jackie Neale talk about some of the unexpected outcomes of the coronavirus global pandemic. Jackie and her husband Dan own a short-order, take-out restaurant called The Square Meal in Oaklyn, NJ and on the heels of discussing...