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Mr. Pesantez talked about the valuable lessons that his grandmother taught as a child, and that he still practices to this day: respect towards everyone especially our elders. He goes on to talk about his wonderful experiences in his home...
This was an interview with my father regarding his high school career and early adulthood
In this interview, my grandma talks about her young life in Ecuador and when she marries at the age of 18. She then starts her new life in the United States and begins her journey becoming a wife and a...
My grandparents and I talked about their journey coming here to America. We talked about if they felt proud of where they are now and if they feel that they are living up to the American Dream.
She is very passionate about preversing the environment, both in community service with Scholars in Action and in her studies as an Environmental Science and Policy major. Her AP Environmental class in high school and her experience of one of...
I’ve interviewed my mother and asked her about her life growing up in Ecuador. And I found more out about her life and journey to America.
Mrs. Matthews told me about her family’s cultural heritage including interesting stories about her ancestors. She also gave her perspective on immigration.
Talking about my dad’s experiences about coming to the U.S and his life in Ecuador.
How his family was like when he was a child. And many traditions celebrated in his homeland Ecuador.
Here I interview my mother about her brief life in Ecuador and as that of an immigrant in the United States
In this interview , conducted in October 2,2018 in Bronx New York . I have interviewed my sister Katherin Flores about her expierences from coming from Ecuador to America and having a different life then she expected . My sister...
A grandmother, her son and her grandson speak about her early life, living in Quito, Ecuador in the early 1940’s.
In this interview conducted on December first 2019 on a trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico, Susana Carrillo (14) interviews her friend and father Luis Carrillo (49) about his family relationships and one of the biggest changes in his life....
turning one of our many facetime chats into an interview where i ask Charlie about his childhood, his college experience, and what it means to go home to an unaccepting culture.
My dad had a hard life trying to take care of family while pursuing his own dreams. Even without the support of close ones, he pushed through and made it to the U.S., achieving his goals and setting new ones...
We talked about how was her life as a child and her teenage years. She also talked about how animals should be treated just like we humans treats other humans
This interview was conducted in Virginia via Facstime. In this interview there was a series of questions asked in Spanish about my Grandfathers childhood and life leading up to marriage.
Maria Pizarro tells about her childhood and immigration from Ecuador to the United States. She’s grateful for the family God gave her and wishes the best for her children and future generations to come.
Fernando, un joven de 20 años, nos comenta sobre el momento más difícil de su vida, la muerte de su madre. Explica lo que el vivió y da recomendaciones a aquellas personas que están pasando por lo mismo.
Interview with Occupational Therapy Professor and Global Advocate for feeding disorders Dr Kate Barlow