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We discuss what it’s like to move to the states and what connects folks from different cultures.
People reflect on their lives often, however, there are always certain memories that are difficult to relive. On January 8th in her home in Los Angeles, Lucrezia Pignatelli met with her nanny, Mahesh Krishan, aged 46, to discuss his life...
This interview was such a great experience and I’m sure I will never forget it.
I had a great time speaking with my Ammama. She had an amazing story that she shared with me.
This interview was about the injustice that India put on the shoulders of innocent Sikh men and women through 1980 till 1995. Who had died in the genocide or had suffered a loss which will forever be with them till...
In my English class, we have been discussing racial segregation through Richard Wright’s memoir, Black Boy. I was curious about the different aspects of segregation occurring around the world.
We talked about where Dr Bose was born and his family’simpact in his life and how it made him who he is today
Rhea Karkera(16) discusses with her father(50) how his past has made an impact in his present and what it means for his future
We talked about Santanu’s life pre marriage and kids and his journey from India to the US.
My grandma born in Akola, India describes her life filled with advice from her father and ends the interview with an inspiring message for future generations.
I had the privilege of interviewing my grandmother and she was telling me about life as a doctor, her children, and stories about Kuggu(nickname I gave my grandfather.
My grandma talks about her childhood, how it was like for her. She describes her family; specifically her father’s personality and her mother’s sickness. She also mentions a few details about her experience in school.
I talked to my dad about his time in India and how he liked it there
This is an interview with my mom’s mom as the interviewee and with my mom as the translator. However, they sound similar so it’s hard to tell the difference between the two voices.
A flashback into the life of Sapna Sukesh Kumar; her beliefs, opinions, and memories; how these factors have shaped her into the wife, mother, and human being that she is today.
In this interview, (Thanksgiving 2018 in Vestavia, Al) Jyoti (42) tells Divyanshi (15) about her life as a daughter of a soldier. The picture is of Jyoti’s father when he was a soldier. She spent a large portion of her...
So this was an interview for thanksgiving, but since thanksgiving is such a big deal in my family with my relatives there wasn’t much time to interview someone and record them. Adding to the fact that for some of my...
My dad grew up in India, and he compares his experiences to mine growing up in the US.
In this interview on Nov, 17 2018 and I interviewed my mom and she talked about her childhood. And her special moments in her life and at the end she talks about my childhood and how I was like.