Many of us are born to immigrant parents or have been in contact with immigrants in this country.
This country was founded by immigrants, making it a home of diverse cultures, which is what, in my opinion, makes it so beautiful.
Audible, the world of audio books, brings us eight stories from immigrants that we can all relate to. These are stories from mothers and fathers, aunts and uncles, grandparents and other loved ones. Stories of migrating to another country at a young age to make something of themselves. Stories of fear, of hope, of wonder, of excitement… these are stories of our immigrant ancestors.
To hear Audible’s eight stories, click here.
Author: Sasha Azoqa
Sasha Azoqa is a content writer and has been creating multimedia projects since 2014. She studied journalism and film at Cal State Fullerton and received her bachelors degree in communications. She has freelanced with OC Weekly and The Examiner with written articles, photography and short video packages.
Sasha enjoys uncovering local people and events who are making a difference in the world.
She is currently working with Network Radio, an iHeartRadio station, as their blogger. She has her own website that features a collection of written and visual stories on interesting people, places and things. Sasha Azoqa is living in Costa Mesa, California.