Skyline College/North San Mateo County Oral History Archives, Skyline College Library
Student project for LSCI 110 - Digital Oral Research Project, Skyline College

 

Araceli de Guzman

 

By Shari Macaraeg

 

Click on the links below to hear audio segments from a May 2011 interview by Shari Macaraeg with Araceli de Guzman,

who came to America to live with her daughter and her family to live a much better and easy life that turned into a dream she never thought would happen.

 

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Araceli Smiling for the Camera

 

Table of Contents:
1. Introduction: About Araceli
2. Experiences in the United States

3. Dream: Becoming a U.S Citizen

4. The Learning Experience

5. Memories in the Philippines

6. Leaving the Philippines

7. Conclusion: Future Plans

 

 

Segment 1
Introduction: About Araceli
(0:38)
Araceli tells a little something about herself

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A photo taken on her birthday

 

 

 

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Segment 2
Experiences in the United States
(1:07)
Araceli talks about her thoughts when arriving to America

 

 

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Segment 3
Dream: Becoming a U.S Citizen
(1:00)

Araceli talks about how she feels about finally becoming a U.S citizen

 

 

 

 

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Segment 4
The Learning Experience
(1:08)

Araceli talks about her learning experience as she was living in America

 



 

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Segment 5
Memories in the Philippines
(0:45)

Araceli talks about what she misses back at her hometown

 

 



 

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Segment 6
Leaving the Philippines
(0:46)

Araceli expresses herself whether or not she regrets leaving the Philippines


 

 

 

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Segment 7
Segment 7 Title
(1:05)

Araceli discusses her future plans in America and when she will be returning to her hometown


 

 

 

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last revised: 5-25-11
by Eric Brenner, Skyline College, San Bruno, CA
These materials may be used for educational purposes. North San Mateo County Oral History Archives, Skyline College Library.
All commercial rights are reserved. To contact the coordinator, or send comments or suggestions, email: Eric Brenner at brenner@smccd.edu