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I got the chance to talk to my great aunt about her trip from her home to America! Interesting lessons she learned along the way that can be great advice for teens today
Me and Juan talked alot about Juan’s transition from Dominican Republic to the United States.
We talked about the struggles of moving to America and not knowing any English at the age of 12.
In this interview, Margaret Hranowsky talked about her hardships as a child being a refugee and immigrant. She also reflected on her life in a new country and what made her and her family successful in America.
My name is Guadalupe Cruz. I am 16 years old and me and my mom live in Los Angeles, Ca. My mom explains her life when she first comes to the Us and how she is grateful for every experience...
We talked about my mom’s history as a Chinese immigrant to America.
In this interview, my mother talks about her family and specifically her grandfather, who came to the U.S searching for a better life. He passed through Ellis Island.
I talk to my grandmother about her experience coming to America and where her parents met.
This is a story about my friends mirgation into the United States from Mexico
Talking to my mother on her thoughts on immigration and her life in America
Teenager, Vivian Lee (17) interviews her grandma (74) at their family home in New Jersey, Egg Harbor Township. Her grandma recalls the hardships she faced when she lived in China and how fortunate she was when she came to America....
My dad and I talk about his experience being with my mom, my father, moving to this country, and losing his dad.
My mother and I speak, in Portuguese, about her experience growing up, coming to America, and being my mother.
My father (Juancho) talks about his experiences in America as an immigrant coming from the Philippines in the 1980s.
I talked to my dad about his experiences in America and he gave me a few lessons about life too.
This interview is about my family history and some of the hardships my father had to go through when he arrived in the U.S.
This is an interview of the wonderful kind and strong woman Ruth Perez. This describes her immigration to America and raising her family im a foreign land.