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Theresa Taken (72) talks with her daughter Emily Taken-Vertz (28) about growing up in rural Iowa, being adventurous, going to college, traveling the world, and becoming a lawyer after being a social worker in the South Bronx.
All smiles and laughter when remembering about each other's first meet and giving advice to the future generation about love.
Ginger Leopoldo (46) interviews her step-brother, JR Gutierrez (36) about his career, his parents, and dreams.
Erin Abalos (28) talks with her husband (34) about his childhood in the Philippines, his passion and fulfillment for music and teaching, and his Navy service. Ellizar talks about his dedication to the growth of this students through music.
In this interview, conducted on April 20, 2019 in Orange, California, Mya Naguit (19) interviews her father, Manny Naguit (59) about the duration of his life from Pampanga, Philippines to Orange, California. Mr. Naguit shares insights into his memories as...
She talked about her journey to the united states, her family, and transition to today.
Francis Gray (78) is interviewed by his daughter Libby Koultourides (47) about his childhood memories as a prisoner at a Japanese concentration camp in the Philippines.
We talked about her childhood and what she felt about growing up in a different country.
I interviewed my Lola about her childhood and her life in the Philippines and the U.S.
Here i interview my grandmother, as her granddaughter i ask her a set of 15 questions and she tells me about herself and how she grew to be the women she is today.
Part I: A multigenerational conversation about the events in history that we witnessed and how they affected us. We talk about culture, war, television, media, historical influences, points of view and legacy. Part II: Uploaded separately as Teacher Talk -...
This interview was conducted in November 2017 in College Point, NY, Maui Cate Tumanda interviews her mother, Marichu Tumanda, about her life and childhood. Mrs. Tumanda’s parents had a great impact in her life and were one of the factors...
My mother recounts her experiences in the Philippines and in the US.
I asked questions about how my mom first met my dad, and the things she went through to get here. I also learned how it changed her life moving to a different country.
My Lola is very strong person! She is so amazing and did so many things in her life! I just want to say that I know my Lola very well but I don’t know everything. Based on what I learned...
My auntie and I talked about the best moments that ever happened to her life. She mentioned that she is thankful with everything that she have because God is with her.
My grandmother describes her life growing up as a rich girl in the Philippines, opening up multiple businesses, and how her time back home in the Philippines compares to her life in the U.S.
Some questions like “what was WW11 like, who do you look up too, and how has religion made an impact on your life we’re all discussed.