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Rita Danilo (45) and her husband Hugo Danilo (47) talk about their relationship, growing up together and how they eventually decided to have and adopt a total of 10 children.
I interviewed my father for an assigment for my speech class in college (Collin College). Picture above is me, my mom and my dad when they got married through the church.
We talked about her childhood and me and my brothers’ childhood and how they compare. As well as the achievements she’s most proud of. And finally we left a little message to our future generation that are listening to this...
Myles Gregory (15) talks with Martinez Gregory (18) and asks what is his life like as an athlete. Being an athlete the first thing you have to know is that sacrifices are going to have to be made in the...
For Father’s Day, Shilpa and Sachin Pai interviewed their father Suhas Pai about his experience coming to the US and raising a family.
Her mother taught her very influencing lessons that help her today such as hard work and love as well as faith
Rey Santan tells the surprising story of the experience him and his brother went through while fishing for the local legend .
A 12 year old boy turns into a police officer. On December 31st Viviana Rodriguez asks her grandfather, Rafael Hernandez, what it was like to start working in such a young age and then eventually transition into being a police...
Rosie Zovko talks about her life, growing up in a communist country, seeking refuge, and trying to find her place in this world. she talks about finding her husband through the dangerous path to find refuge. she then talks about...
Sister Gladia Bell (89), Lue Hicks (78), and Willie B. Kennedy (88) talk about their childhood memories, their wonderful parents and their life growing up in the South
Going above the baseline to be a better friend, wife, sister, daughter.
The following interview depicts the story and results of a big leap of faith. A family travels from Guyana to the United States for better opportunities for the following generations.
In this interview conducted by Ali al mashhadi (15) interviews his mother bassima Idris (46) about her childhood and how she was able to leave her home country for the purpose of her sons.In this interview bassima shows how caring...
Maya (20), talks to her mom, Rikki, about how conscious, challenging decision she made years ago as a working mom makes her an ethical leader...even when Rikki did not initially consider such a decision to be ethical leadership.
Sam Langi (18) interviews his brother, Sikoti Langi (26), on his take of what it is like to work as part of health care during the global COVID-19 pandemic. Sikoti shares some of his insights, experiences, and knowledge of changes...
Chad Goodman was a seven-year-old boy in Vietnam during the Fall of Saigon. His mother realized that the only way that her children could have a better life was if she could give them up to adoption, which also meant...
Rik & Christine talk about being a teacher, education, music and the Covid-19 pandemic
My Mother's journey from Newark, NJ to nearby South Orange and what it meant to her and her family.
My mother immigrated to America from Japan 20 years ago, and has lived here ever since. In this interview, I ask about her experience as the first and only member of her family to move out of Japan, and about...