Magazine of the South Asian American Digital Archive

Archiving Queer Memories Together

ACFP Fellow Efadul Huq looks back at his archival project, Moving Memories, and the growth and learning that came from developing the sensitive oral histories.

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Creating Community

Nargis Hakim Rahman writes on the conclusion of her 2020-21 Archival Creators Fellowship, and celebrates the stories of Bangladeshi women entrepreneurs in Metro Detroit who found ways to uphold tradition and culture while opening non-traditional businesses. You can find and visit these spaces using a map included in the article!

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Refugees On Stolen Land

As her SAADA fellowship comes to a close, Omme-Salma Rahemtullah reflects on how the history of Ugandan Asians complicates our understanding of settler colonialism. Read as she poses important questions on centering Indigenous decolonization while collecting stories of our communities on this land.

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Oral Histories Of The Ambedkarite Community

"Ours is a battle not for wealth, nor for power. Ours is a battle for freedom, for reclamation of human personality." Read Dadasaheb Tandale's final insights on his project with the Ambedkarite community which he describes as "an experience of a lifetime."

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