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We talked about all of the stories my grandfather and him did. We also talked about family tradition and faith about how faith holds us all together.
So, with this interview, I let my brother express himself about his childhood for the first few questions. With that, he describes how exactly he lived in Honduras and also, how his parents were like too. Between that, he also...
Yami took the opportunity to have freedom and work when she moved to the U.S.
The topic of deportation is something that’s talked about on the daily by many, but no one knows how it actually feels for a loved one that’s forcefully taken away from their home after having made a life for themselves...
This interview is with my mom asking her about her childhood mostly and how she’s come to be a mother.
“...Everything was dead. Like if I had landed on the moon.” Fifty years after arriving in the United States from Honduras, Roy Daley sat down with his daughter, Lucy, and wife, Ana, to reminisce about his first Thanksgiving dinner. Produced...
She shared some memories about her sisters and brothers and growing up in Honduras. We talked about our ancestors and her parents and grandparents. She described the overjoyed feeling of her finding out about her pregnancy.She shared a beautiful saying...
I interview my mom about her experience and journey coming to the United States and how her life was changed when she got here.
This story is about a teacher who had to go through so many hard things to be the person she is today.
An interview with a man that has been everywhere and impacted many
In this interview, my dad Arnol Diaz spoke to me about how he met my mother and how he fell in love. He also mentioned the memories he had in Honduras and his life of when he came to the...
Camille Lorico (18) talks with her friend, Litzzie Martinez (18) about her life transitioning from living in Honduras to living in different parts of the U.S. and adjusting to her new life in the U.S.
This interview talks a lot about how my Mom’s childhood was like, and how she felt about it. Not much but it’s something.
My Aunt Klymer and I talked about how she moved from Honduras to the United States when she as eighteen-years-old where she completed high school and college in Michigan and then moved to California.
I interview my mom about her experience in Honduras, and what that is like in hopes to learn more about her and forge a deeper connection. We talk about friends, family, and what could have been.
Sylvia Hegeman talks to her father, Adrian Hegeman, about everything from growing up, to travel, to how he met her mom.