Southeast Asian Digital Archive Oral History Project, 2019-Ongoing

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Title

Southeast Asian Digital Archive Oral History Project, 2019-Ongoing

Subject

Oral history

Description

This collection is currently in progress and information will be updated as it becomes available.

Part of the collection is accessible on this site.

Oral history interviews include:

Maryellen Cuthbert, Oral History #19.01
An oral history interview with Maryellen Cuthbert and interviewer Sue J. Kim. Since the mid-1980s, Cuthbert has been a private defense attorney working in the Lowell, Massachusetts, area. In this oral history, Cuthbert shares information about her training as a lawyer and reflects on various cases she’s worked with related to Southeast Asian communities. Content warning: Mentions of weapons, abuse, assaults, and violent situations.

Thel Sar, Oral History #19.02
An oral history interview with Thel Sar and interviewer Sue J. Kim. In this oral history, Sar talks about his early life: living through the Khmer Rouge, resettling in the United States, and his education; his career trajectory: working at the Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association, working at the Massachusetts Department of Youth Services, and becoming one of the earliest probation officers of Cambodian descent at Lowell District Court; his other community activities; and his family.

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SEADA would like to thank the following individuals for their work in making this collection available online: Chornai Pech.

Source

Southeast Asian Digital Archive Oral History Project, 2019-Ongoing. UML 17. Center for Lowell History, University of Massachusetts Lowell, Lowell, MA.

Relation

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