Sami Freij Oral History - Arab Americans and the Automobile

“Arab Americans and the Automobile: Voices from the Factory” was a project conducted in 1999 by the Cultural Arts Department of the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services (ACCESS). The main objective of “Voices from the Factory” was to document, through oral testimonies, the history of the Detroit area’s Arab immigrants in the automobile industry. and The audio for this interview is not of good quality; it sounds like the mic is picking up wind. Janice is interviewing her uncle Sami.
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Arab American National Museum
Arab Americans and the Automobile - Voices from the Factory Collection
Dearborn (Michigan, United States)
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