• The Great Parental Role Reversal

    The Great Parental Role Reversal December 2018 - LOOKING AFTER PARENTS WHO LOOKED AFTER YOU: Two perspectives, both personal and general, from two generations on caring for aging parents, even as we get older--it requires careful thought and preparation.

  • ARTlanta

    ARTlanta November 2018 - SOUTH ASIAN ARTISTS IN ATLANTA: painting or sculpture, traditional or modern, Indian or fusion—here are sharply etched pen portraits of dynamic artists and stunning images of their work.

  • Festive: Diwali Delights

    Festive: Diwali Delights October 2018 - A FESTIVAL BONANZA: a nostalgic essay on Diwali in America, the legend of Vaishno Devi, a cynical girl’s discovery of Diwali, recipes, a short story, and thoughts from an American convert.

  • Generation 1.5

    Generation 1.5 September 2018 - GENERATION 1.5: Longtime desi immigrants who see themselves as both Indian and American feel tied to both their native land and their adoptive land, in a hyphenated, in-between world.

  • Life, Reinvented

    Life, Reinvented August 2018 - In Atlanta, Junior Anand Gupta was living the American dream. He moved back to India, resolving to give one day a week for a social cause. He is now a warrior for women's safety.

  • H-1 and H-4 Blues! and The Plight of DALCA Children

    H-1 and H-4 Blues! and The Plight of DALCA Children July 2018 - The lives of tens of thousands of Indian immigrants will be uprooted and destroyed if the Trump administration moves ahead with its hardline proposals regarding these legally arrived immigrants.

  • Confluence of Cultures

    Confluence of Cultures June 2018 - In dance, music, and cuisine, vibrant artistes and chefs are showcasing the best of two worlds—their North American upbringing and their Indian heritage—and redefining Indian-American culture.

  • Destiny’s Daughter

    Destiny’s Daughter May 2018 - Nextflix documentary "Daughters of Destiny" introduces us to Shilpa Raj, a Dalit who attended an Indian-American's Shanti Bhavan school and wrote her memoir, "The Elephant Chaser’s Daughter."

  • From 1 to 100,000: The Pioneers, Pillars, and Milestones of the Atlanta Indian Community

    From 1 to 100,000: The Pioneers, Pillars, and Milestones of the Atlanta Indian Community April 2018 - Our history from 1960s solitude and adventures where remnants of segregation still existed, to today’s oversaturated Indianization of our American lives--with interviews of some of our pioneers.

  • The Audacity of a Joke

    The Audacity of a Joke March 2018 - Expressing dissent—or challenging prejudice—is tricky for minorities. Comedians Hasan Minhaj, Kumail Nanjiani, Hari Kondabolu, and Maria Qamar are grabbing people's attention.



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