My Mom’s story

My mom’s story of migrating to the United States from Mexico and explaining the difference between the two and how our lives were growing up without a dad.

Rabbi Ori Har (interviewee) and Maya Laur (interviewer)

Ori Har: 2020-06-03 Maya Laur, age 18, talks with her family friend Rabbi Ori Har age 66. They discussed her family history and how her legacy as a daughter of Holocaust survivors impacts her life today and lives of future...

The Interview

Touched upon history relating to the United States and his personal life experiences.

La Mexicana

In this sit down with my mother we talked about her early life in Mexico, her time in the United States, and how important love is to the world. Being a good person and sharing your purpose with the world...

University in the Netherlands

I question my Dutch mother on her experiences growing up in the Netherlands and going to university before I attend university in Amsterdam in the Fall.

Love is a Choice

Erika’s mother talks about the importance of love through many different aspects in her life.

Francisco Moreno, WSA Founding Parent, on the ROOTS of The Waldorf School of Atlanta (for Waldorf 100). Recorded and edited on 12/11/18

A Waldorf School of Atlanta teacher (games/movement and woodworking) and WSA FOUNDING PARENT- Francisco Moreno – shares a bit of history, as well as some of the challenges, rewards and insights he has gained as a founding member of the...

Hayley Morales and Riley-Paige Belisle, December 2020

Coming at you live (not really) from their homes, two freshmen from New York's "The Beacon School," Hayley Morales & Riley-Paige Belisle discuss in a teenager's perspective the events happening in the world that is from the messy year we...

The Great Thanksgiving

In the interview me and my uncle talked about life in Syria and what the difference is between there and America. We also talked about the military and something that they remember clearly that happened in the US.

So Same, but So Different

This is a recording of my sister and I. I guess with this I have learned so many new things. It sometimes feels that even if we are together it feels like we are so apart. I have asked so...

The Most Beautiful Moment(s) in Life: Interview with Kristine Canonizado

(I'd like to also mention, my grandma has not returned even though she promised me that she would, so this is my mom speaking on her behalf as well, please tell me this counts; this is why this conversation is...

Interview with Ernie Mendez

This interview talks about my dads life when he moved from Cuba to the United States and how it influenced him.

Great Thanksgiving Listen Project

In this interview I talked with my mom about her life and her upbringing. I asked her questions about her motivations and setbacks and how they influenced her today.

Interview Project

In this interview I talked to Michael about his journey to the US

Great Thanksgiving Listen Alex Corrales P.5

I learned many things that I did not know from my grandmother.I did not know that she was very poor as a child. I also did not know that she enjoyed going to school in Cuba. I learned that she...

Immigration Struggles to America

Parissa Neamati recalls her struggles with coming to America from a war zone between Iran and Iraq. Through thick and thin, her and her family remained connected and were able to maintain the rich Persian culture in an entirely new...

Growing Up In South Africa

In this interview I talked to my mom about what it was like to grow up in South Africa and what life was like once she moved to the states when she was 17.