THE FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Activism through Pop Media: "Priya's Shakti" against Rape Culture

    Activism through Pop Media: "Priya's Shakti" against Rape Culture April 2017 - Can mythology-inspired comic books make an impact against Indian society’s contemporary ills such as rape, acid burning, and sex trafficking? Showing teens a strong female is part of the answer.

  • TalkTime: The Vaccine Guru

    TalkTime: The Vaccine Guru April 2017 - Dr. Rafi Ahmed, world-famous immunologist, member of the National Academy of Sciences, and Director of the Emory Vaccine Center, works on cancer treatments and a universal flu vaccine.

  • Americana: America’s Gilded Age

    Americana: America’s Gilded Age April 2017 - Before federal income taxes (16th Amendment, 1913), some "Robber Barons" played the dual role of business and government well, maximizing profits and using their excess to the betterment of all.

  • The Sense of an Ending: Movie Review

    The Sense of an Ending: Movie Review March 2017 - A man leads a quiet life until secrets from his past force him to face his flawed recollections, the truth about his first love, and the consequences of decisions made a lifetime ago.

  • Outreach: Building with Faith

    Outreach: Building with Faith March 2017 - Dr. Seshu Sarma of Hindu Temple of Atlanta spearheads Upahar (“Gift”), bringing Indian religious and cultural organizations to Habitat for Humanity to build houses for low-income families.

  • Commentary: Trump's Travel Ban Hurts Tech Industry

    Commentary: Trump's Travel Ban Hurts Tech Industry March 2017 - TRUMP’S TRAVEL BAN WILL HURT TECH INDUSTRY: Almost all major tech company leaders—
    including Google, Facebook, and Apple—are worried about the future of their industry in the U.S.

  • Tribute: Remembering Bharati Mukherjee

    Tribute: Remembering Bharati Mukherjee March 2017 - Bharati Mukherjee wrote about hyphenated lives but wanted to be an American writer, not relegated to a particular bookshelf--"a demand that America deliver the promises of its dream to all its citizens equally.”

  • Activism: South Asian Women on Why They Marched in Protest

    Activism: South Asian Women on Why They Marched in Protest March 2017 - “I FELT UNCERTAIN OF MY PLACE IN THIS GREAT COUNTRY.” South Asian women activists, Atlanta's Aisha Yaqoob (Policy Director, AAAJ-Atl) and Sri Das, on why they marched in the nationwide Women’s March.

  • Culture: The World's Largest Book Mela

    Culture: The World's Largest Book Mela March 2017 - For one delirious week in January, the Jaipur Literature Festival is the most happening mela in India. You sit in on chats among personalities from literature, film, journalism, and the arts.

  • Travel: From Leh to Lamayuru

    Travel: From Leh to Lamayuru March 2017 - TRAVEL: Surreal scenery, like a desolate moonscape, and ancient Buddhist landmarks make this a place like no other. The Indus Valley, backdrop of an ongoing conflict, is poignant.

 

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