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Angela Nawang Oral History Interview
Angela Nawang speaks about her experience growing up in boarding school in India and coming to New York, limitations of identity, and multiple marginalizations.
In this slideshow, you will see:
Mount Hermon School Kindergarten class picture. Angela is seated in front of the school’s main doors, front row 3rd seat from right to left.
Angela Nawang, age 5, with Santa Clause during her first visit to meet her mother in New York City. Angela's mother lived and worked alone in New York until the family was reunited five years later.
Education, Identity, Ethnicity & Race, Family, Immigration, Reflections on America
Date: March 13, 2022
Subject(s): Angela Nawang
Type: Oral History
Source: Archival Creators Fellowship Program
Creator: Luna Ranjit
Contributor: Angela Nawang
Location: Kathmandu, Nepal
Collection: Luna Ranjit Fellowship Project
Donor: Angela Nawang
Item History: 2022-07-01 (created); 2022-07-01 (modified)
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