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Uncle Brian and I went over stories and influences from his youth and hopes for the future to come.
Reflections on being an immigrant, approaching age 88, WWII, parenting
Reflections of Dania W. Frink’s participation in #BlackFemaleProject
Sisters Carolina & Dahlia Hernandez, College Track Oakland students from Oakland, talk about beating the odds to earn a college degree, thanks to the support from College Track. They also talk about being undocumented students who had the willpower to...
Being on the Berkeley campus in the 1960s and 1970s; ageism and sexism; watching a parent go through Alzheimer’s.
I interviewed my grandmother, who lived in the Oakland/Berkeley area in the 1960s and 1970s, on her personal experience living in a place where the Civil Rights movement was centered around.
Talk with my mother about womanhood/motherhood and overall memories of her life
Everything happens for a reason, as told through the life story of my mom.
Velma’s childhood in Oakland being the first Chinese and only girl in her school. Going back and forth to China just after war times, & starting the Orange County symphony.
We talked about my mom’s experiences with the Catholic Church from when she was a little girl in the Philippines to now as a grandmother in the United States.
If I had to summarize this recording I would say it was about my fathers life,and also about school