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- assembly lines 42
- Culture shock 42
- Culture 4
- american dream 3
- Childhood memories 3
- accents 2
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- Aoyamagakuin University 1
- Boise PublicLibrary 1
- Library! at Bown Crossing 1
- Martin Luther College 1
- StoryCorps 1
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we talked about her life experiences living in Long Beach California and life experiences she has been through.
Julie "Nikki" Castillo (30) and her husband, Henry Castillo (27), talk about how they met, married, and started a family.
Husband and wife, Terry Breazale (62) and Michelle Breazale (59), talk about their unlikely love story, from their first meeting in Greece, to flying home with their wedding china in the cockpit.
Spouses, Trinh Jones (59) and Tim Jones (58), talk about their contrasting childhoods in Saigon, Vietnam and Troy, Missouri, as well as the shared values that bring them together. They also reminisce about their early relationship, raising their two sons,...
It’s not frequent to see Serbian professor here in Japan. Let’s ask Ms. Nena about the different cultural aspects that she found here.
Colleagues Alexandra "Alex" Cannell Wendt (32) and BC Hatchett (42) discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their home lives and work lives at Vanderbilt University.
Mr. Cajigas is talking about going from a mostly Puerto Rican and Black school to a mostly white school. The culture shock of going through this change.
Rob Shaw (65) is interviewed by his wife Katherine Hutson (60) about how he came to the Baha'i faith, his decade living in Latin America and his world view. They also discuss how they met and how Katherine's Lakota spirituality...
Longtime friends Kathleen Morrissey (71) and Akemi Anders [no age given] discuss Akemi's firsthand account of the end of WWII in Japan, Japanese-American identity, and the importance of friendship and cultural connection.
Niya Nyassa (23) speaks with her former teacher Linda Joseph Byron [no age given] about her story, learning to express herself, and her hopes for the future.
Friends, Reshma Kamal [No Age Given] and Ramatouli Deen (43), look back on their childhoods in India and The Gambia, describe their experiences immigrating to the United States, share how their role models have shaped who they are today, and...
Syma Mohammed (33) interviews new acquaintance Sahar Al-Nima (26) about immigrating to the United States as an adult, after being forced to flee Iraq in her childhood following the U.S. Invasion.
In this interview, conducted in Chicago, IL on June 2018, Shrdha Shrestha (17) interviews her immigrant mother, Rami Malla (40), about her childhood and culture in Nepal, her pregnancy, and her transition into American culture. She shares stories about her...
Korea and America
This is an interview with a man who came to the United States from China for education. He discusses his transition to the United States and differences in cultures.
One Small Step partners, Rachel Barnard (52) and John Duvall (63), discuss privilege and racism. They examine how each of these is reflected in their own life experiences, and John brings some new ways of looking at these concepts to...
Hello, my reflection was based upon various interviews I had with my grandmother, a 70 year old woman who found perseverance and resilience through her journey of being an immigrant in America.
Abigail Schneier (17) interviews her friend Rosella Scott, Jr. (84) about his experience in the military, his family, and his union career of more than 50 years.
Tallulah (16) talked to her grandfather, Vic (84), about his life and the differences compared to today with commentary from her older brother, John (19).
My mom and I talk about her experience as an immigrant in the US and how it has changed her life.
Tom Kearns (68) tells his daughter Emily Kearns (33) about his career as a carpenter and furniture maker, working for Ford Motor Company, living in Detroit after the 1967 rebellion, and his experience as a father.
Daniel Takashima (22) and his mother, Laural Takashima (60), discuss life experiences, culture shock, and family.
Jim Vance (74) tells his niece, Keely Quinn (33), about his experiences working as a medic in Vietnam and a Physicians Assistant in Sudan and Papua New Guinea. He speaks about meeting his wife later in life and what he...
Interview with my grandmother about how her living in America as different from when she moved from America.
an interview of Pamela Schultz asking all about adolescence and influences and events in her life.