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My Journey Home Armando Pena Andrew Lam Faith Adiele
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Video Diary
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Armando Peña

Video Diary

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Still from video clip: Armando Peņa

November 30, 2002:
In Moses Lake, Washington, Armando talks about seeing his brothers Raul and Lupe again for the first time in six years. (2:33)
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Still from video clip: Lupe Peņa

November 30, 2002:
At Raul's house in Moses Lake, Lupe talks about his father, Pedro. (2:43)
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Still from video clip: Armando Peņa

December 15, 2002:
Armando and Lupe talk about what they know of how their parents met, and Rosa's relationship with Pedro. (7:08)
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Still from video clip: Armando and Carlos Peņa

December 17, 2002:
In a cotton field in Marana, Arizona, Armando and Carlos remember their childhood days picking cotton. (2:11)
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December 29, 2002:
While driving in south Texas, Armando discusses bringing Rosa's ashes down to the Rio Grande Valley. (6:23)
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January 2, 2003:
After meeting with his aunt hoping to get answers, Armando actually has more questions about Rosa and Pedro. (2:16)
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Still from video clip: Armando and Carlos Peņa

January 23, 2003:
While driving in south Texas, Armando and Carlos talk about what they've learned so far about Pedro's past. (2:43)
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Still from video clip: Carlos Peņa

January 23, 2003:
While driving to Angleton, TX, Carlos and Armando reminisce about the family's days as migrant farm workers. (4:43)
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