all about my MOM

In this interview I spoke to my mom about her child hood and her fondest memories with her siblings and parents. I also spoke with her about how she met my dad and how he proposed to her.

Friend's Life Story – Peru and Venezuela.

Peruvian by ethnicity, Venezuelan by nationality, and now an immigrant in the US we talk about 25 year old Lucero's Peruvian and Venezuelan family and identity.

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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.

Old Media outside of the United States

My best friend’s dad who immigrated to the United States about 5 years ago, talks about what life was like in Venezuela and Colombia before my time. We talked about how news, music, and television was given back when it...

My venezuelan grandma

Today, December 12, 2019 interviewed my gradma, Doris Guerrero who has 76 years old. We did the interview in Spanish because she doesn’t speak English. We are from Venezuela, Caracas and she is today with me ( Daniela ) and...

Talks with Tio

We talked about my Uncle’s life in Venezuela and how he sees his future.

Interview with my amazing grandmother <3

I asked one of the most important people in my life all about her childhood, accomplishments, and hopes.

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Damellys Sacriste and Guillermo Sacriste

Siblings Damellys Sacriste (50) and Guillermo Sacriste [no age given] share the same father, William Jose Sacriste Diaz. In this conversation they discuss what it was like for each of them growing up, their views on family, and their hopes...

Interview with Daniel Mayz

Our family history starting with his childhood all the way until his adulthood.

Venezuelan Nuns and Coming to Brooklyn

I interviewed my mother-in-law, Barbara Aiello, about her childhood in Venezuela, her move to Brooklyn, our family and when she used to play pranks on the nuns in her Catholic school.

Norita Villalobos (Tata)

An interview done by me to my grandmother that I call "Tata" since I was born. She is Maracay, Venezuela, my hometown and I am in Weston, Florida where I recently live. We communicated by Skype.

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M Cathy Harmon-Christian and Damellys Sacriste

Damellys Sacriste (50) talks with friend M "Cathy" Harmon-Christian (55) about growing up in Venezuela, moving to the United States, motherhood and faith.

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Eugenia Torres and Margarita Uruena

Margarita Uruena, 35, talks with her mother Eugenia Torres, 65, about growing up in Colombia and her family.

Carlos Leon “Coming from Venezuela” interview

Carlos Leon is my Venezuelan roommate who came to the USA with political asylum after crisis struck Venezuela. He has had to go through many challenges, including learning English. He is also single and ready to mingle.

Angelica Romero and Andres Parra

Angelica growing up in Maracaibo Venezuela and moving to Caracas and meeting Andres dad

Entrevista con mi mamá, en español

Spoke in Spanish with my mom (age 86), who was born in Cuba, eventually moving to Venezuela, where she met and married my dad. She was a college professor for decades before retiring. She came to the US in the...

Interviewing Dad

In this interview, I got to ask my dad many questions I was curious about and receive some pleasant answers. I was even surprised by some of the things he answered, but I enjoyed every moment of the interview.

Colonel Terry Derouchey’s Military Career

In this interview, Colonel Terry DeRouchey discusses his time at West Point and some of the highlights of his military career. He served in the United States Military for 35 years.

Media Perspective & Discrepancies around the World – Damian Mayaki and Jaime Mayaki

I am Damian Mayaki and I interviewed my father about his media experiences throughout his life, and his experience with it in different parts of the world he has lived in.

La Resistencia

A brief interview with the Venezuelan journalist and writer of the book "La Resistencia", Jesus Barrera.

World History extra credit 11/26/21

I’m interviewing my dad who is 100% Filipino and moved to America sometime in elementary school. My mom’s side is Filipino & Venezuelan so I’m in this interview he mentions both cultures.