Charlottesville attack: Americans must fight resurge in white supremacy, defeat ideas that support racism
Americans must never let the narrative of white supremacy dominate communities that are ready to denounce this exploitative system that propogate incidents like the Charlottesville violence
South Asian-American authors often write about these feelings of isolation. Of course, the experience of alienation sets these authors apart.
The organisation behind the ad and this event is the Republican Hindu Coalition, modeled after the Republican Jewish Coalition. The coalition intends to build political capital for the “Hindu-American community.”
Subcontinental Drift, commonly referred to as SubDrift, is a loose coalition of South Asian Americans who create ephemeral but meaningful tide pools for people affected by this drift. Organisers in far-flung American cities put on monthly open mics and panel discussions in community spaces and bars.
In a Donald Trump worldview, the press is a partisan enemy agent, and biased. The protesters they write about are agitators who are disloyal and bent on sowing chaos and dissent through the realm
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This is certainly an unsettling move by the Trump administration. It is troubling that the administration is cutting the media off at its knees. As the media is suppressed, the administration is coaxing its base into the arms of statist propaganda machines.
Humour definitely has its place in resistance, but we must remember that humour and culture do not replace organising. Humour shelters us from the world for a period of time, but eventually we must reemerge, rejuvenated and ready to fight.
Donald Trump's executive order flouts the very idea of democracy as a system where people have decision-making power over their lives and their communities.
Though we may forget it, the vast and labyrinthine US federal government is made up of people. Now that Donald Trump has taken office, we can’t put a finer point on this.
People can't afford to sit idle when the law can be manipulated and there's erosion between the courts and enforcement agencies, and that's exactly what US citizens are doing in their protests whether it's the Women's Marches, occupying airports or surrounding deportation vans
An American myth favoured in classrooms and among many liberals is that America is a 'nation of immigrants'
Indian-Americans are in a unique position. We are alienated from India from years of distance, but attempting to carve out a position in this racially stratified society. It is tempting to stay apolitical. I would argue that apathy will become an existential threat to the Indian-American community in the coming years.