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Samip Mallick is the Co-founder and Executive Director of the South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA). He founded SAADA in 2008 to give voice to South Asian Americans through documenting, preserving and sharing stories that represent South Asian Americans’ unique and diverse experiences.

SAADA encompasses various themes and projects such as the Road Trips Project, First Days Project and Basement Bhangra. We spoke to Samip about the South Asian American diaspora, challenges faced by first and second generation South Asians in America, the changing media landscape in the United States and more.

Samip was formerly the Director of the Ranganathan Center for Digital Information at the University of Chicago Library. He has been interviewed as an expert on South Asian American history by The New York Times, NBC News, CityLab and more. You won’t want to miss this episode as we go back in time to the history of South Asians coming to America to the point where we are today as a diaspora.

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