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Interview about hippie movement and a factory for that stated work laws
This is a brief history of how my grandmother went from small town West Virginia to Rochester, New York.
“My grandmother didn’t want to leave, and my mother, very bravely at age 24 went back to Prague and got her mother and her younger sister Mimi out of Prague with great difficulty… on the last train before Hitler marched...
Family History and her life as a child and how it was like being a child of Chinese immigrants
The Fall of Saigon was when the communists in Vietnam were fighting against the non-communists. Many people tried to escape this time and went through many hardships.
Mona is from Lebanon. She was born there and was negatively impacted by the effects of war. This led her to want more for her children and move to the United States. Here she developed relationships and was able to...
This interview is about my grandmother and her life while she was growing up. We talk about how her family molded her into the person she is today.
Ramesh Chandrasekaran talks about our ancestors and the activities that they took part in back then. He also talks about a very interesting tradition that we still do at home today and it’s significance in the Hindu culture.
In this interview, recorded in Manhattan Beach, California, Florentino Vinzon (83) is interviewed by Jonny Nguyen (13). Florentino talks about what it was like living in the Philippines as a child, living in the U.S. as a filipino immigrant, fighting...
Asking my grandfather about his life
My Grandmother and Mother explain some of the history Colombia has, and the the controversies that occur
My father talks about his life in Nicaragua, wars, and how he survived a desert to be with my mother.
Me and Tomas talked about how different things were in the 90’s. We spoke about changes between government, entertainment, sports and even interests.
Grandpa was in World War II and tells his military stories and experiences.
My Spanish teacher Ms. Bochow is always telling us stories for nearly the whole class so when I got the chance to interview her, I took it. While it is still 40 some minutes long, we could’ve gone on for...
I spoke to my great grandmother about her memories. She is 94 years old. She suffered a major stroke last year. Her memory comes and goes. My mom speaks some in the interview to help her understand the questions.