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Oral History Interview with Sandip Roy
Sandip Roy is a South Asian journalist, writer, and commentator on NPR's Morning Edition based in Kolkata, India. Formerly living in San Francisco where he initially worked as a software engineer, Sandip was an active member of Trikone and served as the magazine's editor throughout the 1990s. In his oral history interview, Sandip discusses his work with Trikone and the magazine, his involvement with DesiQ, a conference for queer South Asians in the United States, and about the challenges of meeting the needs of South Asian Americans with regards to HIV/AIDS.
Gender & Sexuality
Date: January 26, 2021
Type: Oral History
Source: Archival Creators Fellowship Program
Creator: Nikhil D. Patil
Location: Atlanta, GA
Collection: Nikhil D. Patil Fellowship Project
Item History: 2021-06-25 (created); 2021-06-25 (modified)
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