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by Alicia Chinatomby - Follow @aliciac_7 - Shinjini Das’ riveting “Go-Getter Girl” article published in The Huffington Post in 2015 has led to a life of empowering women all over. From...
“I just want people, everyone, to know that we [South Asians] can be successful at this [hip-hop] as well.” Kaly continued, “There are no limits to our power and it’s about time we take back our own culture and showcase our stories.”
Fifth National SAALT Summit Focused on Immigration Reform, Hate Violence, Civil Rights and Racial...
As this year's official media sponsor for the fifth annual South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT) Summit in Washington D.C., we witnessed as hundreds gathered for a four-day event to raise their voices on immigration reform, hate violence, racial profiling, and strategized with community leaders on sustaining a movement for collective justice.
On May 9, the South Asian Film Lab (SAFL) will partner with Indo-American Art Council’s (IAAC) New York Indian Film Festival (NYIFF) to showcase three short script readings, hosted by actress and producer Farah Bala, and a keynote by Christina Marouda, director of development at the Museum of the Moving Image.
Nadia Manzoor, that once five-year-old daydreamer is now the writer and headliner of her acclaimed one-woman show, “Burq Off,” playing in New York City through January 18 at Teatro Circulo. She takes the audience for a ride into her British-Pakistani life, while gracefully tackling 21 different roles and combating the conservative views of her domineering father, Abbu, her passive-agreeing mother, Ammi, and her harsher twin brother, Khurram, who wants to stay within stricter confines of their culture.
Boston-based singer Zoya, 21, released her latest musical project “Lasya” — the Visual EP. The Indian-born, Southern California-raised songwriter said her writing experience goes much deeper than being fortunate to live the life she’s living.
Dr. Devi Nampiaparampil, 37, is more than just a doctor. As the South Asian Journalists Association celebrates its 20th anniversary on Oct. 11th in New York City, Nampiaparampil will take part as one of the many panelists attending the convention.