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- Surveillance 34
- assembly lines 34
- Learning English 34
- Family 7
- Education 5
- memories of growing up 4
- childhood 3
- 344 more
- Andover Center for History and Culture 2
- Blue Moon Restaurant 1
- Boise PublicLibrary 1
- campbell hall 1
- L & K Market 1
- 2 more
Angela Caruso (38) interviews her daughters Anastasia Stinchfield (24) and Alexandra Stinchfield (25) about their earliest memories of growing up in Russia, their lives in a Russian orphanage, and what it was like for them to arrive in the U.S....
Mejores amigas Yeni Vasquez (43) y Jordana Vera (42) comparten una conversación sobre sus experiencias estudiando en los Estados Unidos, la organización sin fines de lucro que fundaron para apoyar a otras personas hispanohablantes en Springfield, Missouri, y la amistad...
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.
Peter Blau (63) interviews his friend, Guthema Roba (44) about writing poetry. Guthema reads several of his original poems and talks about where he gets his inspiration.
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.
Sheila Mastropietro (67) interviews her friend Miguel Rodriguez (58) about his experience migrating from Cuba to the United States and building a life in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Indira Garcia was born in Chile during the 1973 Chilean coup d'état, which had a significant effect on her childhood. She was raised in Mexico with a strong focus on intellectualism and family bonds. She...
Amigas y compañeras de One Small Step Priscila Herrera (47) y Fabiola González (42) hablan de sus experiencias como inmigrantes, el impacto de algunos maestros excepcionales y su impulso para crear un mejor futuro para sus hijos. [Friends and One...
Valentina Marin (16) interviews her uncle, Leonardo Villa (54) about his childhood in Colombia and about working at the Twin Towers.
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: An interview with multiple generations of the Sarkisian family, where they share how their ancestors fled the Armenian Genocide, their lifestyle growing up on the family-owned farm, establishing a legacy in Andover, and how their...
Ellen Piekalkiewicz (58) interviews her father, Jaroslaw Piekalkiewicz (95), about his experiences as a World War II refugee and a member of the Polish unit of the British Armed Forces. They also talk about their home in Lawrence, Kansas, where...
Alia Azhar (42) shares a conversation with her mother, Gabriele "Gaby" Azhar (75), about how Gabriele first came to the United States, what her life was like growing up in Florida then Georgia, about her family, and about meeting her...
Ivana Heyda tells her grandson Ben Jackson about her experiences as a first generation immigrant to America for the Czech republic.
Dianna Hawryluk (26) interviews her grandmother Stephanie Hawryluk (76) about her experiences growing up in Germany, immigrating to the U.S., and living in New York City.
Yami took the opportunity to have freedom and work when she moved to the U.S.
Marian Atkins (65) shares what she knows about her mother's life story with her daughter, Veronica Seymour (35). They discuss how she survived World War II as a child in Japan, what it was like for her to immigrate first...
In this interview, conducted in Kentfield, California, Aurora Sreba (15) interviews her father Martin Sreba (50) about his childhood, growing up in Eastern Europe. Learn about his life growing up in: Mielec,Poland, moving to Cologne, Germany then later, Ontario, Canada.
Michael Johansson (71) talks with his friend Bounthanom Munxayaphom (45) about Bounthanom’s childhood in Laos, his time spent in a Buddhist monastery, how he eventually came to study in the United States, and his family.
Friends and colleagues, Rita Blank (71) and Barbara Goldstein (63), reflect on how being children of Holocaust survivors has affected their lives and perspectives and discuss their work at the Holocaust Education Resource Council.
Spouses, Pnomwan Wager (66) and Lawrence Wager (75), discuss Pnomwan’s immigration to the United States, Lawrence’s deployment in Thailand, and their children, as they together recount their love story.
Fairy Diamond [no age given] speaks with friend Nancy Leed (72) about her family and experience as a refugee to the US from Thailand. She shares memories of arriving, getting settled, and learning English. Fairy and Nancy also talk about...
Gin Lai Kwei Yee (PoPo 93) talks with her only granddaughter Jacqueline C. Larriva (36) who was raised by her PoPo for a majority of her life. Jacque interviews her PoPo about life and growing up in Guangdong (formerly Canton)...
Sharron Southern Osborne (57) interviews her friend Cecilia Nguyen McClure (38) talks about her parents and her childhood journey and memories from Vietnam to the United States.
Harriet Weber (65) interviews her friend Andy Goto (84) about his father’s immigration to the United States from Japan, his parents’ farming career, his upbringing in Eastern Oregon and Washington State, and the John Deere dealership that he opened in...
Judith Barba Perez (31) y su esposo, Lehabim Escoto Flores (34), comparten una conversación sobre sus experiencias al inmigrar a los Estados Unidos desde México y el trabajo que ahora hacen para apoyar a otros inmigrantes. [Judith Barba Perez (31)...