Present In All That We Do Present in All That We Do (2007) is a 58 minute-long documentary that connects the 1907 "Anti-Hindu" riot in Bellingham, Washington to contemporary struggles for immigrant rights in Whatcom County.
Watumull's 100 Years (1914-2014)
The son of a brick contractor in Hyderabad, Sindh, Jhamandas Watumull first migrated to Manila, Philippines after an accident left his father significantly debilitated. Jhamandas stayed with an older brother and worked in Manila's textile mills, before starting a retail business that specialized in imports from the Orient.
Rani Bagai on "Vaishno Das Bagai's Naturalization Certificate"
Part of a video interview of Rani Bagai conducted on June 3, 2013. In this section, Bagai describes some of the items of her grandfather Vaishno Das Bagai left behind after his suicide in 1928, including several letters to his family he had written in addition to the political suicide letter which was published in newspapers in the U.S. and India.
Rani Bagai on "Vaishno Das Bagai"
Part of a video interview of Rani Bagai conducted on June 3, 2013. In this section, Bagai discusses her grandparents Vaishno Das Bagai and Kala Bagai (later Kala Bagai Chandra), their marriage, children, and life in San Francisco after arriving in 1915. Rani Bagai explains that together the couple had three sons, the youngest of whom was her father.
Asian Americana 014 - Kala Bagai
"What was it like for a South Asian woman immigrating to the US in the early 20th century, and how did she build a community over her lifetime? And why name a street in Berkeley after Kala Bagai — especially since she may not have spent much time living there, if she did at all?"