Pradeepa Oral History Interview
Pradeepa is a Sri Lankan Tamil artist and multimedia creator, as well as a social activist, hailing from Minneapolis, Minnesota and based in Colombo, Sri Lanka at the time of this interview. She left Sri Lanka as a young child and grew up as an asylum seeker at constant risk of deportation in the United States.
Samar Magazine Article Profiling Diaspora Flow
Diaspora Flow is profiled in this article, and is a topic of discussion during the Archival Creators Fellowship interview, articulating the duo's political activism through artistic expression.
NBC Asian America feature of Pradeepa
Profile of Pradeepa's experience in media, culture, and entertainment, which is a topic of discussion in the interview she did for the Archival Creators Fellowship Project on Ilankai Tamil Feminism. This profile is part of NBC Asian America's #RedefineAtoZ series.
Mango Tribe Collective
This is a group photo of the Mango Tribe Collective, which was instrumental in the canon of Asian American arts and activism, which Pradeepa participated in, along with an advisor and interviewee for this Archival Creators Fellowship project on Ilankai Tamil Feminism, YaliniDream. Mango Tribe was discussed in detail in Pradeepa's interview.
Chamindika and Pradeepa
Image of Chamindika and Pradeepa, who make up the artistic interethnic Sri Lankan duo Diaspora Flow, standing in front of a large design using the Diaspora Flow aesthetic.
Diaspora Flow Promoting B'Soul Nights
This promotional flyer for Diaspora Flow's B'Soul nights in Minnesota is an artifact of Diaspora Flow's historic involvement in the local arts scene as an inter-ethnic Sri Lankan artistic duo that would achieve national prominence.