Zahir Momin and his daughter Nuha Momin talk about his childhood life in Pakistan

In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Austin, Texas, Nuha Momin (16) interviews her father Zahir Momin (55) about his childhood life in Pakistan. Mr. Momin shares the struggles that he had growing up in Pakistan along with the...

Monologue Project

The subject is seeking asylum from Turkey. He is an educator and his goal is not to remain in the United States, he wants to unite people through education.

Grandmother

My grand mother is a teacher for disabled children.this interview goes to prove that all Authority is of Allah the true he is best to reward in his hand is the best end of believing in him

“A Journey Of A Thousand Steps Starts With One Step”

A father, a husband and a son talks about his childhood, his family and traditions that have shaped him into the man he is today. Mustansar Nasir talks about his experiences and memories combined into adversities that he has encountered...

Dreams can come true.

My cousin Mehak loved Pakistan. There are lots of things she had to leave behind like her home she grew up her friends and memories. One major even that occurred in her life was coming to America. Here, she can...

My Mother, Shahida – by Mohammad Anjum

A talk about my mothers life and my childhood, also a look into the future with a couple words words of wisdom

Interview with David Gross

An interview with my grandfather, David Gross, who was a dam geologist and grew up in Los Angeles.

The big listen

Michelle Bear is a project manager at an architecture firm in Saint Louis. She also works out of offices in Chicago and Toronto and has spent much of her career traveling to places like Pakistan, Mexico, Italy, France, and many...

Partition Interview

My Grandfather talks about his experience in the Partition of India and Pakistan in 1947.

Parveen Shah, grandma, explains her life as a child before moving to the United States and immigrating there.

In this interview conducted in November 2017 in Flemington, New Jersey Leah Shah interviews her grandma Parveen Shah about her childhood in Pakistan and immigrating to the United States. She shares stories about her education and school life as well...

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Dean Moheet and Laura Robinson

Dean Moheet (37) and his spouse Laura Robinson (30) talk about the histories of their grandparents, some of their favorite memories of them, and the way they've shaped and influenced their lives.

Interview with my Grandpa about his education and his immigration to America

In this interview, I asked my grandpa about his educational experiences in Pakistan and Denmark and the process of immigrating to America. He highlighted his journey of learning to value the importance of education and explained how his life and...

Mom’s Life Story

We talked about my mom’s childhood.

Immigrant interview

Here I interview Aktisham Khan who moved here from Pakistan a year and a half ago. He had lived the first 16 years of his life in Pakistan and is now getting used to life here in America

Interview with my Mom

The interview was so hilarious and full of enjoyment! My Mom shared some some I never knew. The best part of the interview was when she told me that she was a cry baby when she went to school and...

My Grandfather’s Experience in the Indo-Pakistani War

My grandfather and I discussed his experiences as an Air Force officer during the Indo-Pakistan War of 1960’s. We talked in a mix of English and Malayalam.

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Tallat Choudry and Seemi Choudry

Tallat Choudry (68) talks to her daughter Seemi Choudry (30) about her childhood in Pakistan, her family and education, early married life in the US and Venezuela, her career, and being a mother of four.

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Nand Ahuja and Aman Ahuja

Nand Ahuja (68) talks to his son Aman Ahuja (34) about growing up in India, after his family left Pakistan during the 1947 Partition. He recalls growing up with his siblings, the importance of his education, and the lasting influence...

India-Pakistan Partition: StoryCorps Interview

In this interview, my grandpa talks about his experience with the India-Pakistan partition. Then afterward I talk to my grandma and listen to what she thinks about the future of the world and lessons we can all learn from this...

John Friedrich interviews Bob Alpern, Part 3

John Friedrich (55) interviews Bob Alpern (92) about his anti-Vietnam War activism, including a meeting with then Secretary of State Dean Rusk, and protesting with Dick Gregory, Candice Bergen, Benjamin Spock, and Carl Hess. Bob talks about visiting India, where...

Thanksgiving listen 2018

I interviewed my mom to talk about more about my mother’s past,travels and family history