Category Archives: Southeast

Jose, Loves to Draw

I Am Poem I am a good person and good student. I wonder why there is so much violence. I hear music in my home. I see beautiful girls in Brazil. I want to be a mechanic. I am a good person and good student. I pretend to speak more language. I feel scared when I see the trooper. I ... Read More »

Iris, misses her family

I Am Poem I am from El salvador and I am a teenager. I wonder why the boys like to play Football. I hear music in my head. I see that my family is together. I want my family to be all together. I am from El salvador and I am a teenager. I pretend to be happy. I feel ... Read More »

Santos, dreams of graduation and military

I Am Poem I am a unique happy person I wonder how is it like living in Spain I hear myself stomping my own feet I want to graduate from high school I am a unique happy person I pretend to look mad so that no one will mess with me I feel that i see myself going to college ... Read More »

Tania, an immigrant student in North Carolina

I am kindhearted and Artistic I wonder if all the people in Mongolia were in New York City I hear that I am going to be successful in life I see my goal I want to Graduate I am really friendly I pretend to be smart when I am really not I feel that all my goals are going to ... Read More »

A Land of Opportunity: A Q&A with Joan Shen

             When you take different paths, life ends differently   Q: Where did you come from and what was your life like there? Joan Shen: I came from Shanghai, and was a college student there. I had a simple and happy life.   Q: When did you come to the U.S. and for what reason? ... Read More »

Angela “Angi” Chau

Angela “Angi” Chau was born in 1977 in Hong Kong. She and her sister were raised by their grandmothers while their parents were applying for a green card in the United States. Her father was fairly familiar with the United States because he went to college in America, but moved back to Hong Kong after graduating. The main reason for ... Read More »

Irina Osenina

Irina is a Russian immigrant who made the move from Moscow to Atlanta, Georgia to California starting in 2006. Irina had a good childhood. She was born in Moscow, Russia and was an only child. She had (and still has) a good relationship with her family. Irina went to a branch of schools called Pioneer Schools: which are similar to ... Read More »

Tomás Ignacio Morán Santos

My father, Tomás Ignacio Morán Santos, came to the United States with his family in August 1961 from Cuba. He was accompanied by his wife Laydée and his three very young children, Tomas (me), Enrique, and Susana. While the entire family had opposed the Batista regime and supported the Cuban revolution, my father grew concerned in early 1961 when the ... Read More »

Daniel O’Connell

The Irish: O’Connell’s My Grandmother who lived with my family for about 10 years marred a Kinney, however her family and maiden name was O’Connell. Grandfather Kinney I never met as he died the day I was born. I was given the name of Charles as it was his name also. The O’Connell family immigration to the United States goes ... Read More »

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