“They say a smile will be ultimately tears; and it’s very true.” So begins this touching personal story by Cesar, a Mexican immigrant who unsuccessfully attempted to cross the border with his mother as a child. After being sent back to Mexico to live with relatives, he shares what it was like to be separated [...]
In this video, storyteller Maria Emilia Borja asks Nashville immigrants the question: ‘what personal experiences inspired you to get involved with your community?’ The answers may surprise you, and touch upon heavy subjects dealing with the unique challenges that immigrants face in adjusting to American society.
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…
Meet Wilmer, an immigrant from Honduras who came to Nashville and started his own auto body shop. Since establishing his body shop, he has paid it forward and helped other Latino immigrants earn a living working as mechanics.