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- The Evergreen School 3rd Grade Immigration Project 21
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Nathan interviews his friend Derrick Chasan about immigrating to the United States from South Africa
Serena interviews her Aunt Lilay who emigrated to the United States from Ethiopia.
Lily interviews her grandfather about his immigration to the United States from Korea
Dirk arrived in the US from Germany as a baby, but then went back to Germany. He returned again in 1977 as a teenager and had a different experience.
We talked about Susan’s experiences immigrating to the United States, what it was like and why.
Nathan interviews his mother Daphne about her immigration from China to Canada to Australia to the United States.
Ryan interviews Chan about her emigration from Vietnam to America.
Sophie interviews Carmel about how she immigrated to the United States from the Philippines.
Naysan interviewing his dad about his very long journey from Iran to the United States via Pakistan, Finland, Sweden, England and Israel.
River interviews her father's friend Carlos about emigrating to the United States from Ecuador.
Eddie interviews his grandad Heekyu Rho about coming to the United States from Korea.
Anna interviews her Chinese tutor Grace about her immigration to the United States
Townes Chinn (9 years old) interviews his Yeh-Yeh (80 year old Grandfather)
Interview describing what it was like to immigrate to the United States from South Korea in 1974, eventually becoming one of the first Asian police office in a three county area (centered around Brazos County) in Texas in 1988.
Coach Yordan immigrates to USA from Bulgaria at age 26 and is interviewed by Jason.
Second part of Ryan's interview with Chan.
Immigrating wasn’t easy but it was an exciting adventure. Arianna interviews her dad Roberto about immigrating to the US from Mexico as a youth.
This is an interview of my mom who immigrated from Korea when she was a little kid
Mateo, age 9, interviews his Baptista grandparents Alfredo, 83, and Andrea, 79, who immigrated to Hawaii from the Philippines in 1968. Mateo is named after his grandfather’s father!
Zubi interviews his father about emigrating from India to the United States for graduate school.
Ewan interviews his cousin Ernesto about immigrating to the United States from Mexico.