This collection introduces personal experiences of leftist activism in northern Thailand in the 1970s. It explores topics such as student movement, teachers' association, and political violence, reexamining what leftist activism meant for them.
These transcripts were interviewed by Phianpachong Intarat
Panida Worrawong (pseudonym) discusses the impact of her husband’s leftist activism on her life in the 1970s in Thailand.
In this second interview, Saguan further discusses his university days, his friendship with Sawad Intarat, and his political activities.
In this first interview, Saguan discusses his university days, his friendship with Sawad Intarat, and his political activities.
In this third interview, Saguan discusses the Group of Local Teachers for People in detail.
Santi discusses his experiences as an educator, civil servant, and leftist activist in Thailand from the 1970s
In this second interview, Santi elaborates on the founding of the Group of Local Teachers for People (GLTP), the Baan Tonkeaw incident, and his reflection on the consequences of the crackdown on the leftist movement after the 6 October 1976 Massacre.