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Edward James Olmos shares the story of his immigrant father.
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Beatriz Zaragoza explica porque se autoidentifica como Chicana.
The son of Mexican migrant farm-workers looks back fondly on his hardworking childhood.
Victor Manuel Herrera acknowledges the advantages of being bilingual.
Debe Campos-Fleenor remembers a time when Spanish was frowned upon.
Ed Gonzalez, Houston city Council Member & Mayor Pro-Tem, discusses his family’s pursuit of the American dream.
Jaime Cuenca discusses the enormous influence of his immigrant parents.
Sergeant Roberto Islas, son of Mexican immigrants, demonstrates his appreciation for immigrant service members.Join our community: www.immigrantarchiveproject.com
Rosa Zavala remembers how her immigrant parents motivated her to succeed.For more of Rosa’s story:– http://youtu.be/ePWpZLQsrtUJoin our community: www.immigrantarchiveproject.com
Monica Gil sheds light on the complicated issue of self-identity.For more of Monica’s story:– http://youtu.be/V5VS1icO9m0Join our community: www.immigrantarchiveproject.com
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