My Dream: Arthur Lamsen
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below to hear audio segments from an April 2008 interview by
with Arthur Lamsen, who arrived into the
The Early Years ()
In this segment Arthur talks about his School Life, Homeland, and Family.
Arthur Lamsen, Angela Lamsen, Benjamin Lamsen,
My Mom and Dad on the Left Side,
My Grandma in the Middle,
†and my dads younger bother; Uncle Benny and Auntie Lourdes on the Right Side
on the day of my Grandmaís Birthday Party
The Teenage Years ()
Arthur talks about his responsibilities, and adventures as a teenager.
Arthurís friends from back in the days playing Poker at a
Impression of the United States ()
Arthur talks about how he was able to come to the
He also explains his first impressions about the
Arriving to the
Racial Discrimination (1:13)
Arthur talks about his encounters with Racial Discrimination in the U.S
Filipino Discrimination Sign
Major Changes in Life (0:53)
Arthur talks about the major changes that occurred in his life in the
Time is always changing.
in the United States ()
Arthur talks about what his career is all about.
Staying in the United States ()
Arthur explains why he stayed in the
Proud to be Filipino (0:53)
Arthur explains how heís proud to be Filipino.
Arthur talks about his children, and his dream for them.
(Left to Right)
[Allister, Ashley, Adelbert]
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last revised: 6-3-08
by Eric Brenner, Skyline College, San Bruno, CA
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