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‘Justice and Fair Play’: What America Meant to the First South Asian American Elected to Congress
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The following piece is part of The Aerogram’s collaboration with the South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA), which documents and shares the history of South Asian Americans. * * *[…] The post ‘Justice and Fair Play’: What America Meant to the First South Asian American Elected to Congress appeared first on The Aerogram. No tags […]

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With ‘Jasmine Blooms At Night,’ Abichandani Honors South Asian American Feminists
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In the portrait series Jasmine Blooms At Night, artist Jaishri Abichandani honors contemporary South Asian American feminist activists through unique, multimedia paintings. Abichandani is a founding member of the South[…] The post With ‘Jasmine Blooms At Night,’ Abichandani Honors South Asian American Feminists appeared first on The Aerogram. No tags for this post.

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How Americans Mourned Gandhi’s Death
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The following piece is part of The Aerogram’s collaboration with the South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA), which documents and shares the history of South Asian Americans. * * *[…] The post How Americans Mourned Gandhi’s Death appeared first on The Aerogram. No tags for this post.

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When Rioters Drove South Asians Out of Bellingham
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The following piece is part of The Aerogram’s collaboration with the South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA), which documents and shares the history of South Asian Americans. * * *[…] The post When Rioters Drove South Asians Out of Bellingham appeared first on The Aerogram. No tags for this post.

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Road-Tripping South Asian American Style
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The following piece is part of The Aerogram’s collaboration with the South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA), which documents and shares the history of South Asian Americans. * * *[…] The post Road-Tripping South Asian American Style appeared first on The Aerogram. No tags for this post.

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Coming to America From Bangladesh: Those First Days
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The following piece is part of The Aerogram’s collaboration with the South Asian American Digital Archive, which documents and shares the history of South Asian Americans. * * * Immigrating[…] The post Coming to America From Bangladesh: Those First Days appeared first on The Aerogram. No tags for this post.

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When Gay Pride Was Excluded From India Pride
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The following piece is part of The Aerogram’s collaboration with the South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA), which documents and shares the history of South Asian Americans. *** YouTube video[…] The post When Gay Pride Was Excluded From India Pride appeared first on The Aerogram. No tags for this post.

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Weaponizing the Bible to Separate Families Is Unchristian
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As immigrant families are torn apart, two South Asian American pastors speak out *** As South Asian American women and ordained Christian pastors in northern California, we take the Bible[…] The post Weaponizing the Bible to Separate Families Is Unchristian appeared first on The Aerogram. No tags for this post.

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Meet ‘Mother India’: One of the First Indian Women to Immigrate to America
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The following piece is part of The Aerogram’s collaboration with the South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA), which documents and shares the history of South Asian Americans. *** This Mother’s[…] The post Meet ‘Mother India’: One of the First Indian Women to Immigrate to America appeared first on The Aerogram. No tags for this post.

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South Asian Narratives In KidLit: Q&A With KitaabWorld’s Cofounders
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If you’re a parent seeking South Asian books for your kids, or keep your eye on the ever-growing scene of South Asian American literature, you may have heard about KitaabWorld,[…] The post South Asian Narratives In KidLit: Q&A With KitaabWorld’s Cofounders appeared first on The Aerogram. No tags for this post.

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Hookworms and Angel Island: Two Brothers’ Immigration Story
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The following piece is part of The Aerogram’s collaboration with the South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA), which documents and shares the history of South Asian Americans. *** On April[…] The post Hookworms and Angel Island: Two Brothers’ Immigration Story appeared first on The Aerogram. No tags for this post.

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We Need To Talk About Mental Health Among South Asian Americans
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If you prayed more often, this wouldn’t happen. When I repeated my parents’ comments to my therapist, she asked me why they were not being supportive. I had no answer[…] The post We Need To Talk About Mental Health Among South Asian Americans appeared first on The Aerogram. No tags for this post.

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A Call To Action For South Asian American Millennials
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As South Asian American millennials with deep interests in politics, social justice, and activism, we have spent the past year racking our brains as to why our community lacks a[…] The post A Call To Action For South Asian American Millennials appeared first on The Aerogram. No tags for this post.

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Meet the First South Asian Woman To Earn A Medical Degree In The United States
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The following piece is part of The Aerogram’s collaboration with the South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA), which documents and shares the history of South Asian Americans. This month’s piece[…] The post Meet the First South Asian Woman To Earn A Medical Degree In The United States appeared first on The Aerogram. No tags for […]

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Indians Aren’t Legally White — Said the U.S. Supreme Court 95 Years Ago
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The following piece is part of The Aerogram’s collaboration with the South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA), which documents and shares the history of South Asian Americans. *** Indians are[…] The post Indians Aren’t Legally White — Said the U.S. Supreme Court 95 Years Ago appeared first on The Aerogram. No tags for this post.

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