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We talked about the challenge of immigration, the adventure that is college, and the constant that is change.
Ilona Nanay (31) talks with her mom, Julia Nanay (69), about her experiences fleeing Hungary, growing up in the United States, and living through a global pandemic. Julia shares how difficult it was for her family to start over in...
A son and his father speak of the father's journey in the past 30 years involving America, immigration, and the Homeland of France
As part of a group effort in my Mexican and Central American Immigration course, we came up with come questions to ask persons (my father) with migrant experiences in the 1980s and 90s. Here’s my fathers experience.
what me and my grandpa have talked about was how his lifestyle was back then in the 60s to now. my grandpa went it detail to what he has experienced himself while in war and other events.
Alex Call (15) and his grandmother Chris Reid (80) talk about school during, World War II, life as a nurse, family history, and time spent in India. They also reflect on some important memories and a forgotten story about Winnie-the-Pooh.
Dorothy Jane McCauley (93) talks to her daughter Sheila Marshall (59) about living in the Panama Canal Zone.
A election where have huge impact on the united state and even worse problem in the government and congress!
We spoke about how Vicente got where he is, the social impact of his work, and how strong he believes his legacy is.
Talking with my mother, Sherry Lucchetti, on Mother's day. We discussed family and reflected on life.
I Alize Ramirez am interviewing Ashley Perez about life experience.
An interview with Monica Mora (in Spanish) discussing her favorite memories here in the United States, her aspirations in life and her thoughts on today’s controversial topics.
In this interview, my mom, Concepción Tavarez, talked about our family, our values, and our place in American society. She further explained why she feels like the United States political system does not help minority families, but does help those...
This is an interview about a former citizen of England who immigrated to the United States and started a new life.
For five generations, the Clark D. and Carrie Bowling families have gathered for family reunions. We documented these interviews to help future generations understand how life was lived in the past and recognize medical issues in the family line. We...
How my mom’s childhood was like and how she found her job
In this audio I interview my mom Marisol Aparicio, listen as she opens up to me about her past and her future
Lyes, a French-American, gives his opinion on current events in the United States today as well as contrasting them with his history in France
My cousin Yi Lin’s life as a child in China and her experiment coming to the United States.
Two men share a love that grew thousands of miles from where they were born as brothers. There’s was grown out of a sense of responsibility, purpose and perseverance.
The story of my grandfather and his life story. His hardships and his great times, what he enjoys and what he dislikes, and what his morals are.