Audio Recordings Interview with Ran Kong, Greensboro, North Carolina, October 14, 2001

Format Audio Recordings
Contributors Kong, Ran
Lau, Barbara
Dates 2001
Location Greensboro
North Carolina
Randolph County
Language English
Subjects Bin Laden, Osama
Personal Narratives
September 11 Terrorist Attacks
United States
Interview with Ran Kong, Greensboro, North Carolina, October 14, 2001
Contributor Names
Lau, Barbara (Interviewer)
Kong, Ran (Interviewee)
Created / Published
October 14, 2001
Subject Headings
-  Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-2011
-  September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001
-  Immigrants--United States
-  Xenophobia
-  Interviews
-  Personal narratives
-  North Carolina -- Randolph County -- Greensboro
Personal narratives
-  Sound Recording, Non-Music.
-  Interviewee occupation: Student.
-  Poor audio quality.
-  Summary: Ran Kong was at college when she heard that the World Trade Center had been bombed. She followed the news on the Internet and the television. She was mistaken for an Arab (she is Cambodian). Ms. Kong describes her interactions with her family and others and talks about turning to religion for protection. She thinks that the United States should examine its treatment of other countries and not react in anger.
Call Number
AFC 2001/015: sr320a
Source Collection
September 11, 2001 Documentary Project Collection (AFC 2001/015)
American Folklife Center
Digital Id

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