Tag Archives: PIA

Roberto Munoz – Pt. 2

  English transcription of video: My friends started saying, you know what Roberto; we’re going to find you work. I said, okay that’s what I want. Because in my pocket I only had about 100 Mexican pesos, that was absolutely nothing here. So one of them says, you know what Roberto; I’m going to take you to the second-hand store ... Read More »

Roberto Munoz – Pt. 1

  English transcription of video: Hi my name is Roberto Muñoz. I’ve been in the state of California since 1980. The reason why I came to this country was because in my town – I come from a town in the state of Guanajuato – and I used to see that a lot of people from the United States would ... Read More »

José

    English transcription of video: My name is Jose DeRenteria and my story begins like this. My father was a farmworker; at the time it was called Bracero. When he returned to Mexico after being here as a Bracero, we were a lot of family; lots of brothers and sisters. He was living in Mexico City with my mother ... Read More »

Paola

  English transcription of video: Hi my name is Paola Perez. I come from the state of Oaxaca, Mexico. Prior to coming here, I lived in Oaxaca City for 5 years with my husband. The reason I made to decision to come to this country was because we had housing needs. We lived in a very small room and we ... Read More »

Sandra

    English transcription of video: Hi my name is Sandra. I arrived in Tijuana. In Tijuana, my uncle’s sister-in-law picked us up. We only tried it one time, and on the first try we came. We arrived in Phoenix, and from there we went to Los Angeles. My other uncle, brother of my mom as well, picked us up ... Read More »

Letitia

English transcription of video My name is Leticia Rios. I’m married. I’m from Mexico. I have five kids. When I came to the United States, it was very hard for me. Before coming here, my husband came first. When we had an earthquake in Mexico, and money was devalued, my husband was without a job. He used to work on ... Read More »

Miguel

  English transcription of video: My name is Miguel Acosta. I’m 41-years old. I come from the state of Sinaloa, Mexico. My life in Mexico was very difficult because we are 12 siblings; 5 men and 7 women. My parents lived a very difficult life in order to be able to provide for us.  I never thought that when I ... Read More »

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