Interview with Dr. D. P. Pandia

Interview with Dr. D. P. Pandia. Reel 1, side 1
Interview with Dr. D. P. Pandia. Reel 1, side 1 [...]
Interview with Dr. D. P. Pandia. Reel 1, side 2
Interview with Dr. D. P. Pandia. Reel 1, side 2 [...]
Interview with Dr. D. P. Pandia. Reel 2, side 1
Interview with Dr. D. P. Pandia. Reel 2, side 1 [...]
Interview with Dr. D. P. Pandia. Reel 2, side 2
Interview with Dr. D. P. Pandia. Reel 2, side 2 [...]

Title: Interview with Dr. D. P. Pandia

Subject: Admission of Indian women; Chinese in Canada; Employment; Gandhi, Mahatma; Ghadar Party; Immigration regulations, Canada; Immigration regulations, United States; India; Indians in Canada; Indians in the United States; Japanese in Canada; Mackenzie King, W. L., 1874-1950; Pandia, Dr. D. P.; Sikhs in Canada; Voting rights in B.C.; Voting rights in Canada

Description: Dr. D. P. Pandia speaks about his own life and career, which took him to Indian diaspora communities around the world and across Canada, lecturing and organizing Indians to agitate for the franchise and improved immigration rights.

Creator: Kohaly, Inderjit Singh

Date: 1978-04-01

Display date: 1 April 1978

Type: Sound; Audiovisual materials

Format: Audio/mp3

Identifier: Pandia_side_01-Pandia_side_04

Repository: Simon Fraser University Library

Language: eng

Level1: Kohaly Collection