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May 08, 2017
Texas Governor Greg Abbott sings bill banning 'sanctuary cities'Texas Governor Greg Abbott has signed a bill that would ban sanctuary cities in the US state, the media reported.
Apr 18, 2017
What's in a name? Navigating America as an 'outsider'South Asian-American authors often write about these feelings of isolation. Of course, the experience of alienation sets these authors apart.
Apr 11, 2017
Suffocating as 'model minorities'It’s commonly stated, when convenient, that Indian-Americans are productive members of American society.
Apr 07, 2017
Making the stage a safe spaceBoth artists consider the stage to be a home and a safe space for them to share their unique filters with an audience.
Apr 04, 2017
Person of colourBeing a person of colour is an understanding that whether you’re a “dothead” or an “illegal,” you are in some way vulnerable to individual and systemic violence and coercion because you were born looking a certain way.
Mar 31, 2017
The economic history of hateWhen this bigoted and amoral hate extends to other groups, do we just stand aside? Whose side are we on?
Mar 28, 2017
It’s not a turban, it’s a crownWaking up and choosing to wear a turban every morning is a tremendous act of faith and political courage.
Mar 24, 2017
Republican Hindu Coalition: A misguided idea of communityThe 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.”
Mar 21, 2017
SubDrift: Indian Americans find a sense of communitySubcontinental 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.
Mar 16, 2017
'Go back to your country'My knees buckled when I heard about the bullets. When I heard the words. Go back to your country.