SOURCE: Religion News Services
by Suhag Shukla
Attributing Indian American criticism of racism to "resentment" of "the west" is rooted in ignorance of the colonial looting of the Indian subcontinent and the experiences of South Asians in general and Hindus in particular in the United States.
Historian Manisha Sinha contends that Kamala Harris's ascent to the vice presidency helps to make the case for America as an interracial democracy of men and women including immigrants.
SOURCE: New York Times
by Manisha Sinha
Despite well-deserved criticism from the left of some of their policies, Mr. Obama and Ms. Harris represent the cosmopolitan, interracial democracy that a majority of Americans aspire to live in today.
SOURCE: Associated Press
Indian-Americans are doctors, engineers, motel owners and spelling bee champs, based on a few takeaways from a new exhibition at the Smithsonian.
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