NACARA interview

We discussed about the influences that led this family to apply for the NACARA relief program as well as the impacts

Alejandra Gomez Interview

Alejandra Gomez interviewing her Mother, Carminda Gomez over her childhood, her marriage, her expierience as an immigrant, other moments in life and her hopes for the future.

Sonja Livingston and Gail Mott

Sonja Livingston (53) interviews her mother-in-law, Gail Mott (86), about her experiences doing social justice work, both in the United States and abroad.

Celia Flores and Cristina Flores

Cristina, 30, speaks to mother, Celia, 59, about the dath of nephew, David, 22 years ago and the impact it had on their family. Cristina, 30 años, habla con su mama, Celia, 59 años, sobre la muerte de su sobrina,...

Family Is Everything

“I don’t care what people think, I will do anything and everything for my children.” On December 21, 2018, Daisy Salinas talked about her experience of leaving her home in El Salvador to come to the United States. She explains...

My moms story
November 30, 2017 App Interview

Just a few questions about my moms early life

Laura Slattery and Alex Lyon

Laura Slattery (47) interviewed by Alex Lyon (28) about working for a homeless shelter and nonprofit called the Gubbio Project, growing up in Los Angeles, CA and attending Catholic school, her service in the Medical Service Corps in Hawaii, working...

Lucia I. Vargas-Palacios

The interview of Lucia Vargas-Palacios a Salvadoran Immigrant. A mother of four males who came in 2003 to give a better life for her kids

My father, Alex Calderon

My dad talks about important events that have happened to him and what he feels about the United States. He also tells a little about where he is from, which is the great country of El Salvador.

Craig Mousin and Mary Meg McCarthy

Craig Mousin founded the Midwest Immigrant Rights Center (MIRC) in the early 80s when many people were fleeing wars in Central America. This is where he met Mary Meg McCarthy, a former law student that now is the director of...

Olivia Quinto, Victor Monterrosa, and Diego Iniguez-Lopez

Olivia Jardinado Quinto (36), Victor Manuel Monterrosa, Jr. (31), and Diego Alfonso Iniguez-Lopez (29) talk about their personal and political development and their work as attorneys.

James Kelly and Manuel Colon

James Kelly (70) is interviewed by friend and fellow PeaceCorps member Miguel Colón (29). Kelly talks about the difficulties of being closeted while in service in El Salvador beginning in 1969 and the work he did to help LGBTQ PeaceCorps...

Civil war in El Salvador

The reflection about a woman that tells us how sad the situation in El Salvador was. How a little girl survived in a war like this one.

Interview with Krisia Batres

In this interview we learned about Krisia Batres life. We also learned how she grew up and how she felt. She gave out her opinions and what she did when she was younger.

Rosa Lara Interview 2017

We discussed what Rosa was most thankful for and her memories throughout her life.

Kami Timm and Liz Wessel

Kami shares with her friend and colleague Liz about what brought her to nursing and where she has been in both her career and her personal life. She talks about nursing being her calling and her personal experiences that impacted...

How has social media affected you by being an international student?

we talked about how she being almost 6000 miles away from her family and friends she has made a good use of social media and how since we are going through this pandemic social media has made her able to...

Mercy Aguilar and her Life Growing Up

We talked about her jobs and her childhood growing up. Also about her kids and what she liked to do

Sonia Vela Coming to America

Sonia Vela’s story of her immigration to America from El Salvador.

Father-son interview

Talked about a bit of everything, from humble, rough beginnings, to hopeful projections for the future for me and him