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  • Queen of Curry

    Queen of Curry February 2019 - Nandita Godbole's "Ten Thousand Tongues" is a bittersweet story inspired by real people, about biases, discrimination, actions, perseverance, risk, success, and the importance of family and food.

  • A Unifying Force

    A Unifying Force September 2018 - Suman Raghunathan, Exec. Dir. of SAALT, believes that all people, including immigrants, should be treated fairly and with dignity. She tells what we can do to help in this fraught moment.

  • Learning Life Lessons

    Learning Life Lessons August 2018 - Meera Gandhi's Giving Back Foundation helps those in need around the world, particularly women and children. She has a TV series, documentary, musical CD, and coffee table book as well.

  • Talk Time: Child's Play

    Talk Time: Child's Play July 2018 - MULTICULTURAL TOYS AND BOOKS: Inspired by her biracial children, an Indian-American mom with a Wharton MBA launches a company named Umani that makes inclusive products for kids.

  • Talk Time: Reel Stories on Marriage Matters

    Talk Time: Reel Stories on Marriage Matters June 2018 - Smriti Mundhra’s latest film, A Suitable Girl, co-directed with Sarita Khurana, focuses on Indian young women struggling to maintain identities and follow dreams amid intense pressure to get married.

  • Talk Time: Media Mogul

    Talk Time: Media Mogul May 2018 - Raju Narisetti has had stints at publications like The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post—and he was, until recently, the CEO of Gizmodo Media Group. Narisetti, who has degrees in economics and business management, founded Mint, India’s second-largest business newspaper by circulation.

  • Talk Time: Passion for Fashion

    Talk Time: Passion for Fashion April 2018 - Interview with Silicon Valley entrepreneur Sailee Raje who started an online venture, Ethnic Thread, a platform that allows women to sell and trade trendy desi clothes and services.

  • Talk Time: The Multicultural Musician

    Talk Time: The Multicultural Musician March 2018 - A MUSICIAN MADE IN NEW YORK: Having grown up near the U.N., a Harvard grad and former journalist taps into her multicultural background for her eclectic music.

  • Talk Time: Chipotle-fying Desi Food

    Talk Time: Chipotle-fying Desi Food February 2018 - Sahil Rahman and Rahul Vinod, inspired by the Chipotle formula, opened RASA Grill in Washington, D.C. Into the fast casual restaurant environment, here comes Indian cuisine!

  • Talk Time: The Code-Switcher

    Talk Time: The Code-Switcher January 2018 - INTERVIEW WITH MITALI PERKINS, author of "You Bring the Distant Near" (young adult fiction), which was long-listed for a National Book Award. She discusses ‘code-switching’ and her writing.






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