CWN AND OVER FIFTIES FOR ACTIONMORE ORAL HISTORY CLIPS
FRANK WALSH HOUSE
Early in 1999, CWN visited Frank
Walsh House in Coventry. Frank Walsh House is a Community Centre for older people.
The House primarily attracts Asian elders. Recordings were made during a
Asian women's social event. Women talked of their arrival in Coventry, their
families, work, the weather and the lack of suitable food.
The names of the individual women
are being checked and will soon be added to the clips.
Some of the clips are interspersed
with Gujariti and translations.
Clip One (1.57mins)
East Africa to Coventry
Clip Two (1.43mins)
Coventry rather than London - Husband works in local
Clip Three (1.53mins)
Gujariti / English - Wife of a Priest
Clip Four (1.12mins)
The Cold - Poor Housing
Clip Five (2.09mins)
Kenya - Snow - Children
Clip Six (2.07mins)
Courtaulds - No Indian Food
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