For this project we had to pick a person outside of school to interview about crossing boundaries. I interviewed my grandma. My grandma came a long way ! She was broke living in North Philly but now lives in West Oak Lane with everything she could ever ask for. Below is my interview with her ..check it out:)
Life as I knew it:
Below is an interview talking about the discrimination my grandmother faced in the South as a child and threw out her adulthood in Philadelphia, PA. Click the play button to enter the world of Ruth Jackson (that's my grandmother's name).
This interview is about my mom and my Aunt when they arrival in America. The first half of the interview is about my mother. She talks about the struggles she have to face when she came to America and how she got to here she is now and how people face her because of her language. I interview my mom in Foochow (A dialogue language). The other half of the interview is about my Aunt. She talks about the struggles she had to face when she arrival in America too. The struggles she had to face, her choices, her mother point of view, etc. Overall, I found this interview interesting.
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