Posts Tagged ‘mexico’

Life in the United States

Posted on: June 25th, 2014 by Nashville Public Television No Comments

The transition from Chihuahua, Mexico to Nashville, TN has been difficult for Norma Gutierrez and her family, but they are glad they made the move. In this video, Norma tells us about some of the difficulties she has had to face by moving to a different country and then tells us what she loves about her new life that has made the move worth while.

My Mother’s Education Cut Too Short

Posted on: June 25th, 2014 by Nashville Public Television No Comments

Juan Almaraz interviews his mother for the first time about why she had to drop out of school at an early age in Mexico. This student-produced video was created as part of the American Graduate project, funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

Cesar’s Story

Posted on: June 24th, 2014 by Nashville Public Television No Comments

Cesar was born in Mexico and was left behind with relatives when his parents immigrated to the US. He shares what it was like as a child to be separated from his parents and eventually rejoined as they all sought a new life.

Mayra Yu – Solidarity between Mexico and Nashville

Posted on: June 24th, 2014 by Nashville Public Television No Comments

Mayra Yu shares a story of two events tied together across distance, from women in Mexico and Nashville, Tn fighting for their rights. This video is part of NPT’s Storyteller project, training local immigrants and refugees to tell their own stories.

(Storytellers) A Step-by-step Guide to Making Churros!

Posted on: October 24th, 2011 by nptnextdoorneighbors No Comments

Leslie and Adriana Acosta teach us how to make a sugary, fried, Latin American favorite: Churros. Bring on more food videos, storytellers…we have to bulk up for the winter!

Prepare to be salivating by the end of this…