Unknown American(Leandro Mendoza Garcia)interviewer (Edwin Nova Cordero)

I’ve known Leandro for most of my life, never did I think how his actually life struggles were. He is a very family dedicated man, positive towards life, and hard working. The war in his country made him come to...

Multi-lit Immigrant Project

Earl Jensen and I talked about his life in Denmark. We talked about his school and his house life. This interview was mostly about the differences of Denmark and American.

Interview with my dad about his life in Korea before moving to the US.

In this interview, conducted in November 2019 in Santa Clara, California, I interviewed my dad Philip Whang (55) about his childhood life in Korea and the events that happened at that time. He shared stories about what education was like...

Valuable Details of an Experienced Individual

My mom talked about her childhood, her journey into the U.S. and how religion affects her in her everyday life.

Growing Up

A short conversation about the struggles of high school, growing up, and knowing who you are as a person.

Class of 2019

Reminincing on our past four years of high school.

Guardian and Nephew

Interview of a guardian (immigrant) who takes on nephew at a young age

My grandmothers past life

My grandmother talks about her past life and describes how it’s like in her time

“Just Keep Going”: A Grandmother’s Journey Through Love, Loss, and Constant Moving

Jasmine Kelly-Tanti, 14, and her grandmother, Helen Ostrander, 72, discuss her family’s history in her hometown, Santa Clara. Through growing up with five other siblings, to moving constantly with her husband in the Navy, she dives deep into her childhood...

May 28, 2001

I interviewed my mom and we talk about the past living in the Philippines and the present and future living in America.

Jose Serafin and his mom Rocio Ayon talk about growing up and her memories from living in Mexico.

In this interview, conducted in November 2019 in Santa Clara, California, Jose Serafin interviews his mom Rocio Ayon about her childhood in Mexico and her memories from there. They also talk about their current life and what they want for...

Donna West and Ryan Shinn

One Small Step partners Donna West (68) and Ryan Shinn (44) go down memory lane reflecting on the their experiences with their faith, community, and work that shaped them today.

Gazing Through Time

For a group project, our group of friends met up to talk about how life at high school has treated us, what has happened during our four years of high school, and what is to come in the future.

The Thanksgiving interview

We talked about josephs life and his carrer and one of his worst moments of his life , we also touched on subjects of what he would say to his family later in the future

Mikkael’s unknown American interview

I interviewed a friend about their immigration story. We talked about differences between the US and the Philippines.

First World Problems and Reflecting on Immigrating 35 years Later

We spoke about Edwin’s choice to immigrate to the United States as a young adult and how he feels about it looking back thirty five years later.

Reminiscing Our High School Life

We talked about the most memorable moments in high school and what was trending during those years.

Mom and son

I interviewed my mom and got her to tell me to tell me more about her childhood and life

iGen (Santa Clara High School, Class of 2018)

The three of us (Gian Taparan, Harleen Gill, Shantyl Basilio) talked about what life is like for high school seniors. We talk about concerns, trends, and traditions that we have at Santa Clara High.

My mom & me

I asked some questions about my mom's life to know more about her past, and so on have a even more close relationship with her