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Interview with Angela Altamirano

Angela Altamirano, 70, talks with her social worker Joel Olivier, 44, about her life story, from her birth in Nicaragua to her life in San Francisco.

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Interview with Luisa Cepero

Sheila Cepero, 47, interviews her mother, Luisa Cepero, 71, about her childhood, living in Cuba, becoming a mother and a teacher, and her immigration from Cuba.

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Interview with Eloisa Echazabal and Francisco Dieguez

Friends Eloisa Echazabal, Francisco “Pancho” Dieguez and Armando Vizcaino talk about their experiences coming to the United States from Cuba through Operation Pedro Pan. Pancho discusses…

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Interview with Joel Lusk and Maceo Martinet

Joel D. Lusk and colleagues Cynthia Abeyta and Maceo Martinet talk about their work as biologists and the influences in their own lives that led them to the work they are engaged in. Cynthia and…

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Interview with Steven Plá y Guincho

Steven Plá (62) talks to his wife Sarah Plá (60) about his time living in Ybor City, FL, a town just outside of Tampa, FL.

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Interview with Sal Sandoval

Sal A Sandoval (84) talks with his wife Eddy Bello-Sandoval (67) about being a zoot-suiter and then graduating college.

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Interview with Xavier Sainz and Thais Saínz

Nicole Di Rocca asks her parents about the lift on travel bans to Cuba, their recent family trip to the island, their involvement in the Revolution, their immigration over 40 years ago, and their…

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Interview with Ailyavor Betancourt

Siblings Aliyavor Betancourt, 42, and Maria Silva, 39, reflect on their upbringing, remember their mother, and discuss Maria’s relationship with her husband.

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Interview with Loudes Campos

Lourdes Campos (50) and friend John Rivera Sedlar (55) talk about Latino/Hispanic food trends.

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Interview with Maria Lau

William Lau, 34, interviews his sister Maria Lau 39, about “71,” an artistic exhibit documenting the search for her Chinese aunts who had been left behind in China when their father…

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Interview with Adriana Fernandez-Silva

Adriana Fernandez-Silva (95) talks with her grandson Patricio Uribasterra (35) about her family and life in Cuba, her experience as an exile, and moving to New York.

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Interview with Sylvia Greenfelt

Sylvia Greenfelt (89) and daughter Sharon Kersten (59) talk about Sylvia’s life growing up in Harlem, New York, and Newark, New Jersey, the daughter of Jewish immigrants.

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Interview with Dario Morell

Dario Morell (57) talks with son Dario Gabriel Morell “Gabriel” (20) about coming to the U.S. at the age of ten, and their visit to Cuba 47 years later to meet long-lost family.

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Interview with Nelly Velarde de Rendón

María José Rendón, 25, entrevista a su abuela, Nelly Velarde de Rendón sobre su familia y sobre su padre, el hijo menor de Nelly.//María José Rendón,…

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Interview with Lydia Perez

Lydia Perez (58) and René Hernandez (62) talk about their experience in South Florida after immigrating from Cuba, their families, and their relationship.

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Interview with Leslie Martinez

Leslie Martinez (25) and Megan Tice (31) talk as friends and roommates about their backgrounds, families, and travels and how these have had an influenced in the way they each see the world and their…

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