Maya McCoy Oral History Interview
Maya McCoy (she/her) leads organizing efforts with the Ilankai Tamil Feminist collective known as Maynmai. At the time of this interview, she is also a second year medical student, having made the transition into medicine soon after spending time in Sri Lanka on a fellowship.
Maya McCoy's Family Bible
This Tamil bible has belonged to Maya's maternal family across several generations. It was originally passed on from Maya's great grandmother, Sarah Thiraviam Seevaratnam. Maya's family is brought up in her interview for the SAADA Archival Creators Fellowship Project on Ilankai Tamil Feminism.
Maya McCoy's Grandparents, Ernest and Peace Champion, and children
This image is of Maya Mccoy's mother, maternal grandparents and uncle in Jaffna. Maya's family is brought up in her interview for the SAADA Archival Creators Fellowship Project on Ilankai Tamil Feminism. She discusses how her mother's brief stint in Sri Lanka before her family moved abroad helped to shape her worldview such that it left impressions on Maya's politics of solidarity.