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I, Jack Marounian interviewed my dad, Arthur Marounian. I interviewed my dad a my house in Los Angeles, California. I am 15 years old and my dad is 47 years old. A 1770’s childhood in Lebanon was was way different...
I interviewed my uncle Gaby Abou Jaoude today. He talked about his life, his children, and about his past. I would like to thank my uncle for doing this with me.
We discussed some aspects of my father’s military life and important life lessons he learned.
This interview contains me(Rami Safa: 16 years old) interviewing Hussein Ahmed Safa(My Dad, 49 years old). This interview contains conversation with my Dad(Hussein) and also talks about his childhood, people important to him, lessons important to him, and basically how...
Afeef Hamra (81) talks with his daughter, Lauren Hamra (38) about leaving Lebanon for college in 1955 and then again, for good, in 1975 after the war broke out. He talks about the importance of being an honest and honorable...
Adam Koplan (48) talks to his friend Andrew Nemr (41) about Andrew's life and career as a tap dancer.
Interviewing my grandmother who grew up in Lunsar and moved across Africa throughout her life, until she moved to Lebanon and learned Arabic, which is what this interview is in.
Filmed in Orange Beach, Alabama, November 24, 2018 during Thanksgiving break. Jan Daugherty shares some of her experiences of her son. With that, she also explains her everlasting love of animals of all kind. She also talks about her family...
Her role in the bombing and what she went through. Also we talk about the struggle of being a women in the force.
Pierre and Paige discuss his family history, the move to the U.S. from Lebanon, and compare the two places and his childhood across both of them.
I talk with my mom about some of the decisions she has made in life and the impact they have had.
We talked about how my father lived in Lebanon and how it was hard and his memories from the past.
This was an interview between us (Pierre & Mario -son and father, respectively) here in Atlanta, Georgia and Pierre’s great-grandma (Teta Annousse) in Lebanon with Sousou (Mario’s aunt) to assist her. If you weren’t able to figure it out, we...
Don Abraham (born 1929) talks with his son Joseph about his early childhood in Oklahoma, his move to Lebanon at age 3 with his family, and his return to Oklahoma in the 1950s. He also discusses his family and career...
This StoryCorps interview was about my grandmothers life growing up in Beirut, Lebanon and her move to Chicago, Illinois.
Friends Hadi Eldebek (34) and Layale Chaker (32) discuss their relationship to music as a means of connecting to their Lebanese culture. They consider how translation, drawing from different musical influences, and their audience's reactions shape their musical practices.
Zubair Rushk and Etan Shukri, married Syrian refugees, adopted Daniel and Joyce Romm as their American parents after a chance meeting prompted by a newspaper article.
Talking about my grandma’s move from Lebanon to the United States. Also about how it was to move to a new country back then.