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Let the team know how you would like to use and engage the Project and interviews. We would love to
Remember that the stories you are sharing will be accessible to many people and the team's questions
Remember that you are being interviewed by people who are part of the communities you are part of in
Research team begins phase 3 by growing the team and focusing on creating communal resources based o
Research team wraps up interviewing and begins phase 2: updating archive with interviews and brainst
Research team begins the interviewing part of phase 1 after being trained and documenting our practi
A team of Research Associates is hired and trained, formally beginning phase 1
A partnership with the Jakara Movement was formalized in preparation for hiring and training a team
Archive was being brainstormed with dipenpreet kaur & prabhdeep singh
Meet some of the people who helped move the Project forward.
Find out more on how the Project's first seeds were planted.
Oral history is one method to gather, preserve, and interpret the voices and memories of our communi
Learn more about how to be included as a narrator.
Sikh Sakhi stories
Curious to learn more? Review a collection of common questions we have been asked.
Sakhi Stories
We aren’t “putting” Sikhi and queerness into a conversation. They are already in conversation.
About the Sikh LGBTQIA+ Oral History Project

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