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45:45
Kouhyar Mostashfi and Greg Smith

Kouhyar Mostashfi (45) and One Small Step conversation partner Greg Smith (59) speak about their earliest awareness of politics, their upbringings, how they have evolved politically, and how they first met.

Determined to Learn

Nooshin Majlesi tells the story of her desire to learn overcoming all fears of war.

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43:55
Elizabeth Coleman and John LeSar
August 1, 2019 OSS Hub

Elizabeth Coleman [no age given] talks with her OSS conversation partner John "Jack" W. LeSar [no age given] about their childhoods and school experiences. They also discuss their time abroad, in the Peace Corps and the Army respectively, and their...

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40:32
Sara Rouhi and Maureen Rouhi

Maureen Rouhi (65) has a conversation with her daughter Sara Rouhi (35) about being biracial, Iran, and mental health.

Motherhood: Lessons from Generation to Generation

My mom, Shirin, grew up in an Iranian-American home, then suddenly lost her mother when she was 14. We talk about how those experiences shaped her and her perspectives on motherhood.

Hormoz comes to America

A short interview with my dad about his immigration to the US in the late 50’s and his time living in Detroit during the 1967 riots

mby019734
39:55
Shirin Assemi and Ava Ahmadbeigi

Shirin Assemi (41) talks with StoryCorps facilitator Ava Ahmadbeigi (26) about her memories of growing up in Iran in the '80s, differences she sees between Iranian and American culture, and what she hopes her children will know about Iran in...

My Mom’s Stories

This is about my moms stories of her as a child and her relatives plus what she passed on to us

Parnia Dehghani and Majid Dehghani

Parnia Dehghani (16) talks with her father, Majid Dehghani (50) about his biggest dream growing up and some of the challenges he faced after finally having his dream come true.

mby021451
25:03
Diane Schick and David Schick

Spouses, Diane Schick (71) and David Schick (71), share a conversation about serendipity, how they first met in Iran, and their travels in Europe after leaving Iran.

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42:41
Thomas Martin and Anne Ford

Thomas P. Martin (74) tells his friend Anne Ford (43) about his experience as a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Tehran from 1977-1979 and how he escaped during the Iranian Revolution.

Torn Between Two Cultures: On Being the Daughter of Immigrant Parents

Loyola University Chicago MSW student Kate Dawson talks with her best friend of many years, Chloe Kilano, about growing up with two immigrant parents from Iran. The two reflect on Chloe's experience of being a first-generation college student while challenging...

CAS Lead Leadership Interview

I interviewed my father on his experience being a second Lieutenant in the Iranian army.

StoryCorps Interview

This is an interview with my father, Homan Toussimehr, in which we touch upon subjects of socialization and how life here in the United States differed from Iran.

Immigrating to America during the Iranian Revolution
November 25, 2018 App Interview

Babak immigrated to the United States as a ten year old boy from Iran during the Iranian Revolution.

Gauri Kshirsagar and Vaishali Kshirsagar

Vaishali Kshirsagar (49) talks with her daughter, Gauri Kshirsagar (18) about her life growing up in India, her immigration to America, and raising her daughter in a new country.