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- personal experiences 40
- memories of growing up 36
- religious beliefs and practices 33
- social beliefs and practices 31
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- Accelerated English 10 1
- Emma thompson school 1
- Indian Air Force 1
- Indo-American Center 1
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I spoke to my grandfather who had to come to India after the 1947 partition.
Ralph and Polly Brown served as Christian missionaries in Southern Pakistan from the 1950s through the 1980s. They spent many Christmases there, far from the snowy New England winters they knew from theor childhoods. These are some memories of a...
I interviewed my aunt who is a foreign medical doctor and talk about her struggles in achieving her degree being married young and having kids young. Furthermore, we discuss her adjustment from a Muslim medical doctor in Pakistan to being...
It is April 29, 2018, and my grandpa and I are in Northville, MI. My grandpa and I are just taking about life, careers, family, and just growing up and getting through life. My grandpa shares what is was like...
This is an interview of our grandmother, Mehmooda Khalid. She has been through a lot in her lifetime including the partition of India and Pakistan.
In this interview, I asked my grandpa about his educational experiences in Pakistan and Denmark and the process of immigrating to America. He highlighted his journey of learning to value the importance of education and explained how his life and...
My grandfather and I discussed his experiences as an Air Force officer during the Indo-Pakistan War of 1960’s. We talked in a mix of English and Malayalam.
The interview was so hilarious and full of enjoyment! My Mom shared some some I never knew. The best part of the interview was when she told me that she was a cry baby when she went to school and...
My uncle and I talk about moving to the U.S., his career, and social issues, including immigration, medical coverage, and racism.
Khalid talks about his educational life growing up in Pakistan, and his experience as a pilot.
This interview discusses my father’s immigration experiences and opinions about America.
I talk to my mother about her big family, her parents, and coming to the U.S
Kanwal Prakash (aka KP) (68) tells his friend Richard Hamilton (80) about surviving the violent partition of India and Pakistan in 1947, and later coming to American to become an architect.
On November 29th, 2020, Rehmat Arbab, age 16, interviewed her Pakistani immigrant mother on her experiences growing up in America. She mentions her life moving from Pakistan, to Florida, and then to New Jersey. She also reminisces stories of her...
Maryam Khalid (18) catches up with her cousin Arham Chaudry (20), who is currently quarantining at Vassar College, unable to get a flight home to Pakistan. They discuss growing up in Pakistan, generational divides, politics, & the future of higher...