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We basically talked about my mom and her experience of her immigration to this country. To be more specific we talked about all the struggles she went through and all the stuff she had to give up to come to...
Kropinovas lifechanging experience of immigrating away from Russia in the 90s
We talked about my grandmother’s heritage, childhood, marriage to my grandfather, and raising my mom and aunts and uncle.
In the beginning, Michelle talks about the difficulties of adjusting to a new environment. Then, the topic smoothly transitions into one consisting of wisdom that can be applied all throughout life.
Muthukumar talks to son Brijesh about his early childhood, the struggles of being an immigrant, and his job, physical therapy. It gets a little of deep at the 5 minute mark.
In this interview, conducted in November 2018 in Simi Valley, CA, Kyle Fukumoto (13) interviews his maternal grandma, Judy Freel (82) about her life experiences. She details her childhood in Seattle, and talks about raising Michele, Kyle’s mom.
My moms life in the Philippines compared to her life in America. How she adapted and coped with a new life in a whole new place
We talked about Susan’s experiences immigrating to the United States, what it was like and why.
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.
I interview my mom and get a glimpse of what her life was like immigrating to the United States
Zubi interviews his father about emigrating from India to the United States for graduate school.
Part 3: My grandma and I continued our conversation, talking about politics in the 1970s and positive moments in her life. Additionally, we talked about lessons she learned when teaching at a Milwaukee Public School.
In this interview, made on June 2018 in Chicago, IL, Cesia Villatoro(17) interviews her mom Claudia Martinez(41) about growing up in Guatemala. She talks about the struggles she obtained in her home country and some she faced as she moved...
I discovered my family history by chance on a visit to Los Angeles. My aunt Linda tells me the history of the Juachon family.
In this interview, I spoke with my dad about his experience with moving to the Unuted States, joining the military, and ultimately, becoming a doctor.
My mother and I have a discussion that somewhat haphazardly tries to cover her life and what she has learned over the years. She discusses racial obstacles, what led her to become a doctor, and more.
Erika Warner shares her story of learning English, falling in love, finding her life’s vocation and the importance of giving back to your community.
My dad and I talked about he came to the US to find better opportunities
Saboor Rakeen was originally from Afghanistan which suffered 40 years of war that is still going on today. Saboor and his family fled to Pakistan to join the union so they could move to the United States as refugees. They...