THE EDITORIALS

  • Nothing Uncommon About Common Core Text Books

    Nothing Uncommon About Common Core Text Books July 2013 - Indian-Americans care for quality education. And there is nothing necessarily regional about core subjects of primary education. Let's not have politically motivated tampering.

  • The Need for Archives

    The Need for Archives February 2013 - A professionally curated archive is an indispensible tool for any community that takes its roots, history, and journey seriously. What are we doing to archive our history and our stories?

  • Gun Fundamentalism Plagues America

    Gun Fundamentalism Plagues America January 2013 - The Arab world has jihadi fundamentalists. We, in America, have gun fundamentalists. Let's think about some of the mindless slogans and disingenuous strategies being used to cloud the issue.

  • A historic event for the Indian-American community in Atlanta

    A historic event for the Indian-American community in Atlanta December 2012 - Prompt and professional service is a two-way street. Even the best staff can be rendered ineffective when dozens of people call daily to ask questions that are answered on the website or forms.

  • Seeing Through the Myths

    Seeing Through the Myths October 2012 - An editorial favoring Barack Obama—followed by a counter opinion column endorsing Mitt Romney by Sadanand Dhume, a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute.

  • Why today’s Republican Party is stacked against Indian-American interests

    Why today’s Republican Party is stacked against Indian-American interests September 2012 - Why the GOP is as incompatible with the Indian-American community as the Democratic Party is with fundamentalist Christians.

  • Celebrating Our Freedoms in America

    Celebrating Our Freedoms in America July 2012 - Activist Harsh Mander opined that a democracy should be judged not just by how much it upholds the will of the majority, but also by how it treats its minorities. The Indian-American community in the U.S. is quite anxiety-free.

  • Apu Nahasapeemapetilon Lives On

    Apu Nahasapeemapetilon Lives On May 2012 - “Many Americans think of Indians as strange foreigners with an inaccessible culture and horrible accents.” Yet, America was envisioned in a cosmopolitan spirit. Caricatures like Apu will become relics soon...

  • Queer about Gays (Dharun Ravi Case)

    Queer about Gays (Dharun Ravi Case) April 2012 - We live in a society where until recently homophobia was institutionalized in our vaunted military, and where a major political party still continues to engage in anti-gay activism. Then why make the culpability of Dharun Ravi so much bigger than that of the society?

  • Welcome to Americana

    Welcome to Americana February 2012 - Many Indian-Americans isolate ourselves from the culture of our adopted homeland. Our new column, Americana, will shed some light on regional American character, translating American culture for Indian sensibilities.

 

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