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Jesse Lomelí (66) and his sister Marta Lomelí (57) talk about when their family came to the United States from Mexico, the cultural difference at home and at school.
Gabriela Baeza VEntura (39) talks with sister Georgina Baeza (27) about her academic success.
David Carter (38) interviews spouse Luz Gomez (35) about her father, Carlos Ignacio Gomez Arriola, who died three years ago.
Barbara D. Martinez (76) talks with her daughter Renee Martinez (49) about her life.
Luz Burrows-Henrice (57) is interviewed by her daughters, Cristina Castro (24) and Maria Calzada (34) about coming to the United States from Chile and her career, marriage, and divorce.
Rita Danilo (45) and her husband Hugo Danilo (47) talk about their relationship, growing up together and how they eventually decided to have and adopt a total of 10 children.
Rosa Montes is interviewed by her children, Natalia Fidelholtz and Estanislao Fidelholtz about their births, being a mom, her family in Argentina and maintaining family closeness.
Dr. Orsini Gonzáles (60) tells his daughter, Ysabel Y. González (29) how his parents met in Puerto Rico, about growing up in the South Bronx in the ‘60s, and how he met his wife, Ysabel’s mother.
Lourdes de los Angeles Naranjo (57) talks with daughter Carmella de los Angeles Guiol (23) about her family’s path from Cuba to the U.S., and her mother’s sacrifices so she could have a better life.
Friends Edy Dominguez, 25, Quintillano Rios, 20, y Adriana Velasquez, 19 talk in fluent Spanglish about how each of their families came to the United States.
Rodriga Cortez (68) tells her son Daniel Cortez (44) about her move to the United States, about learning English, and earning her bachelor’s degree.
School Counselor Dan Schmidt, 55, interviews one of his students Carolina, 18, about what motivates her, the challenges she faces as an undocumented student, and her hopes for going to college.
Dolores Huerta, 80, speaks with two of her daughters, Camila Chavez, 34, and Lori Huerta de Leon, 57, about being a labor leader and organizer and being a mother.
Ivette de Pool (37) interviews father Pedro de Pool (64) about family heritage and about his experience as an actor and announcer in Cuba and in the U.S.
Tajay Ramos (18) speaks to her friend and former boss Ashley Zalabak (30) about her experience as an teen intern at the South Carolina Aquarium, her interests in becoming a sea turtle biologist and hopes for her generation to care...
Julia Bergman, 64, talks with her research partner Will Maynez, 63, about their work and research in the Diego Rivera Mural Project.
Friends Yvonne Rodriguez (47) and Jesús Pando (54) talk about going to college in their 30s, majoring in Physics, their ethnic backgrounds and their family.
Angie Apodaca (74) talks with her daughter Cynthia Apodaca (47) about losing her son Eric to HIV/AIDS.
Mark Richards, 31, talks to his wife Sarah Richards, 30, about his birth in Colombia, his adoption, growing up in New Jersey, their meeting, marriage and new-born baby.
Joel D. Lusk and colleagues Cynthia Abeyta and Maceo Martinet talk about their work as biologists and the influences in their own lives that led them to the work they are engaged in. Cynthia and Maceo talk about being Latinos...
Etelvina Hernandez (81) is interviewed by her daughters, Monica García (47) and Maribel Barrera (45) about her childhood in México, her life in the U.S. and her job with Mary Kay Cosmetics.
Jamaal D. Fisher (30) talks with StoryCorps Facilitator Marquita James (24) about his life.
Christina Laufer (27) talks with her brother Ryan Nebeker (30) about their grandparents.
Michelle Souza (58) talks to her friend Laura Richarz (58) about her mother Blase Camacho Souza.
Albert H. Lozano, 84, talks with his daughter Catalina Lozano, 58, about growing up in Mexico, his immigration to the US, his family and his varied careers.