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- Marriage 3
- native american 3
- 1947 Partition of India 1
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Food is the fundamental building block of life - it relates to family, home, culture, traditions, nutrition, health and ethics. Ms. Lori talks about her relation with food in general, its importance, and the changes she has over time in...
Raj Manocha talks with his daughter about his childhood in India in the 1970s and 1980s, amidst the 3rd war of the India-Pakistan Partition.
Dylan Running Crane [no age given] interviews her colleague Sean Chandler (51) about his perspective and connection to his art, language revitalization, and Indigenous culture.
In their One Small Step Conversation, Seema Lakdawala (40) and Cannon Roberts (47), discuss their identities as "Indian" and how they relate to that word differently as someone from India, and someone who is Native American, as well as their...
In the interview, the life of Lipika Nayak was discussed with her daughter Janeisha Nayak as they delve into concepts of struggles in the medical field to maintaining a strong hold in spirituality while moving across the globe.
Rebekah Williams (54), talks with her daughter, Amanda Williams (31), about her childhood, her faith, marrying an Indian and experiencing both acceptance and racism, and her optimism.
Friends Preston Jo Arrow-Weed [no age given], Helena Quintana Arrow-Weed (78), and Ila Mae Dunzweiler [no age given] discuss their non-profit radio station, some plays that Preston has written, and thoughts they have about outsider representations of Native Americans.
What does Obama call somebody who has no body no nose and no last name? Nobody knows ... Obama's last name SKIP the FIRST 42 seconds, it is just silent and awkward My mom and I talk about an array...
My father and I discussed his journey to America and relationship with me.
my uncle told me abput his life as a child, growing up, and being an Indian in the Airforce
Daughter and mother discuss about supernatural things that happened in her past . The briths of her children and more.
This the story of my grandfather who immigrated here from India in the late 1960s. He started two very successful businesses that are still thriving today.
I asked her questions on what it was like growing up, spirituality, school, and other things
This is an interview which is between my and my grandma. We are Indian and she in on the phone as she is talking from India.
My grandfather talked about his mom and dad, his child rozland and his life growing up
In this interview, conducted in June 2018 in Chicago, Illinois, Aysha Ahmad (17) interviews her mentor Anabel Chavva (27) about her graduate school experience and intercultural marriage. She talks about meeting her Indian husband in Ireland and how they work...
this is an interview between me and my roommate jaiden who’s heritage is Indian. this interview goes into his past and how it has affected him today.
Devi Patel (67) is interviewed by her daughter Reshma Bell (38) about growing up in South Africa, marriage, moving to America, and Reshma's marriage.
I asked my mom about her immigration story and what she values/ doesn’t value.
One Small Step partners Bertel King (31) and Alexandra "Alex" Slusher (63) share about their experiences with identity, Bertel expanding on his identity as a black man, and Alexandra talking about being the daughter of an Indian mother. Bertel and...