WE ARE THE PEOPLE
Photo courtesy Ken Harris, Jamaica, NY circa 1975
The Queens Memory Project is our record of how we got here, who we are, and what we want from our future.
Michael Mallon Oral History
Michael Mallon speaks about the impact and importance of the Queens Pride parade, and how it helps with acceptance and visibility of LGBTQ community. He also talks about how volunteering has expanded his group of friends and community.
Our Major Minor Voices
The award-winning Queens Memory Podcast brings you a new 10-episode season, “Our Major Minor Voices,” featuring stories from Queens’ diverse Asian American communities in their own voices. The season includes eight bilingual episodes in some of the most widely spoken Asian languages in Queens: Bangla, Hindi, Korean, Mandarin, Nepali, Tagalog, Tibetan, and Urdu.
Listen to the Queens Memory Podcast
Season Three of the Queens Memory Podcast is coming soon! In this season, “Our Major Minor Voices,” we feature stories from our neighbors of Asian descent in Queens, New York. New episodes will air each Monday, starting April 11th 2022. Click Here to listen to the trailer for the season, and to hear to new episodes, as they are released. To hear Season One of the Queens Memory Podcast, Memories of Migration, Click Here. Season One features Queens residents who moved from all over the world over the past century to settle in the “World’s Borough”. To hear Season Two of the Queens Memory Podcast, The Borough We Became: Queens Residents on Life during COVID-19, Click Here. Season Two features interviews with Queens residents and highlighted sound and video contributions to our COVID-19 Project as the pandemic unfolded.
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