Hali’a Parish Oral History Interview

Title
Hali’a Parish Oral History Interview
LC Subject
Asian Americans College students College buildings Asian & Pacific Cultural Center
Interviewee
Parish, Hali’a
Interviewer
Fernández, Natalia, 1985-
Description
Hali'a Parish was born in Honolulu, Hawaii; her hometown is 'Ewa Beach, Hawaii on the island of O'ahu. At the time of the interview she was a senior studying Speech Communication and Innovation Management. Parish discusses her transition from the Native American Longhouse to the Asian & Pacific Cultural Center in order to relate with shared identities and ethnicities; working as an activities coordinator at the APCC; personal challenges with time management; her other position as the Luau Coordinator for Hui O Hawai'i; successes of building friendships with other students, creating events such as "Dream Out Loud" and "Native Sands, Native Lands"; performing at the APCC ground breaking ceremony; desires for more collaboration between the cultural centers; advice to future staff; understanding her identity; and appreciation for the Diversity Development and staff. Link to Audio Recording: https://media.oregonstate.edu/media/t/0_r5ye0kd2
Work Type
transcripts
Location
Corvallis >> Benton County >> Oregon >> United States
Date
2014-05-19
Rights
Rights Reserved - Free Access
Language
English
Local Collection Name
Oregon State University Cultural Centers Oral History Collection, 2013-2014 (OH 21)
Type
Text
Format
application/pdf
Set
Oregon Multicultural Archives OSU Special Collections & Archives Research Center
Primary Set
Oregon Multicultural Archives
Is Part Of
OSU Cultural Resource Centers
Institution
Oregon State University