Bal, Tejinder Interview

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Title

Bal, Tejinder Interview

Description

The interview describes immigration from India (Punjab); building a career as a bilingual resource teacher; education; the Sikh Temple in Stockton; race and privilege; antiwar protests; expectations of American; balancing motherhood with education; cultural maintanence; and American child rearing

Source

Hicks, Abby, "Bal, Tejinder Interview" (1980). Delta Women Oral Histories. 14. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/witw/14

Publisher

Holt-Atherton Special Collections University of the Pacific Library

Date

1980-07-31

Contributor

Sally Miller, Stockton Immigrant Women Project

Rights

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Format

PDF

Language

English

Identifier

Stockton Immigrant Women Collection MSS 239

Coverage

Stockton, California
1960s-1980s

Files

Bal Tejinder Interview.pdf

Citation

“Bal, Tejinder Interview,” Digital Narratives, accessed July 16, 2024, http://jenniferhelgren.com/digitalnarratives/items/show/45.

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