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I Refuse to Be Called an ABCD

Masala In Ur Dosa - A column addressing identity through the lens of a Telugu Indian-American in conversation with his South Asian peers. “I like pizza, and I like camping, and...

Namaste America: We Don’t Need the Handshake

Do you remember where we were before the pandemic hit? Inequality had reached historical records worldwide, Australia had burned for months on end, autocrats were suffocating...

Bite-Sized Ramayana On Your Phone!

The re-run of Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayana, the late 80s hit serial, during the lockdown managed to engross diverse audiences. However, this popularity is of no surprise since it...

Shift Summit & Music Festival

The Shift Network has announced The Shift Summit & Music Festival, set to begin on September 18th and lead up to the International Day of Peace, September 21st, 2020. The...

South Asian Queer Voices Fill The Void

“Not straight, not gay, not girl enough, miles away from man. Just queer, man, as in queer. I dentif i As queer. I like the way it sounds like the start Of ‘weird’. The way I...
Teenagers Use Technology to Fight Dementia

Teenagers Use Technology to Fight Dementia

Brainy Haven is a nonprofit created by high school students from Huron High School in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Its founders, Raayan Brar, Darron King, and Siddharth Jha, worked collaboratively on the initiative after realizing the lack of online resources for not just the...

Indian-Americans Must Resist South Asian Identity

Indian-Americans Must Resist South Asian Identity

The South-Asian identity of the Indian diaspora is inherently biased and it is fraught with inaccuracies. It also constitutes part of a deliberate attempt by leftist groups to deny and subsequently erase from the consciousness the memory of a glorious non-Western...

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Hunger Surges During COVID Crisis

Hunger Surges During COVID Crisis

Widespread hunger and unemployment drove millions of Americans into food-lines during the Great Depression of 1930; but no one could have predicted that scenario repeating itself some 90 years later, in the land of plenty, plump with the prospect of the American...

She Amid COVID

She Amid COVID

Violence against women is not a spatially or temporally bounded. It persists all around the Globe. In 1993, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Declaration on the Elimination of Violence against Women. This Declaration defines, violence against women as...

The Virus Is Hurting Your Vote

The Virus Is Hurting Your Vote

Will your vote be counted as we move to mail-in-voting this election year? The odds may not be in your favor. The advent of COVID-19 has disrupted an already contentious US election cycle and precipitated conditions that could derail the voting process in Election...

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Bite-Sized Ramayana On Your Phone!

Bite-Sized Ramayana On Your Phone!

The re-run of Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayana, the late 80s hit serial, during the lockdown managed to engross diverse audiences. However, this popularity is of no surprise since it began running again on the most widely available TV channels while the world was in...

Shift Summit & Music Festival

The Shift Network has announced The Shift Summit & Music Festival, set to begin on September 18th and lead up to the International Day of Peace, September 21st, 2020. The 4-day event combines top-tier musicians and renowned thought leaders throughout society,...

The Serenity Project Transforms Pain

Serene Singh is a Rhodes Scholar at the University of Oxford completing her postgraduate studies in Public Policy but it is her work outside of academics that initially inspired her. As former America’s Junior Miss and Miss Colorado Teen, her pageantry and modeling...

Free COVID-19 Testing Available at AACI

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disproportionately impact our community, AACI’s Health Center remains committed to providing much needed resources during this time. At AACI's Story Road location will be providing No-Charge COVID-19 Testing for members of the...


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I Refuse to Be Called an ABCD

I Refuse to Be Called an ABCD

Masala In Ur Dosa - A column addressing identity through the lens of a Telugu Indian-American in conversation with his South Asian peers. “I like pizza, and I like camping, and hiking with my dad”, my classmate shared with me on the very first day of first grade in...

Comforting Thoughts Through Scary Times

As I sit in my family room, looking out at the smokey, orange skies of the San Francisco Bay Area, I can’t help but think about my child with special needs. It has been 8 months since we have been stuck at home due to COVID. This morning, September 9, 2020, at 11 am,...

Poornam: An Emotional Arc

For today’s art and creative writing summer workshop for elementary school kids, our lesson is titled 'The Emotional Arc Of Storytelling'. Through the theme of roller coasters, my colleague, Pavani, and I plan to bring to light how good storytelling needs to have ups...

Death of the Lipstick?

In this crisis hour, social media is keeping us entertained. Last month, a Facebook friend who lives abroad posted on her wall “Lipstick under my Mask...Must”. Another former colleague posted a photo of hers wearing a light brown lipstick and wrote “Lipstick after...



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Shubh Mangal Zyada Savdhaan – A Gutsy New Love Story

Shubh Mangal Zyada Savdhaan – A Gutsy New Love Story

Bollywood, with its penchant for cheap thrills, has always projected gay men as comic, sadly fringe people whose sole function in a movie is to induce laughter at their expense. And so, as recently as the turn of the century, we got movies like Kal Ho Na Ho, where...

Uppa is Made of Momos

Uppa calls it the Mainland. For most people living outside of South Asia, India is nothing more than the mainland. India’s recognizable triangular shape is just a part of the story. Uppa’s India snakes into the Himalayas, toward the North-East part of the...

IndianRaga Explores a Raga Without a Midpoint

Vinod Krishnan is a singer, composer, music producer, and educator. He is the Creative Director of music at IndianRaga and has performed with India's top musicians like Shankar Mahadevan and Vijay Prakash. Trained in Indian classical music and piano, his work explores...

Exclusive Zoom with Bandish Bandits

Bandish Bandits is a romantic drama series between two opposites:  Radhe (Ritwik Bhowmik) a musical prodigy from the Rathod Gharana of Jodhpur and Tamanna Sharma (Shreya Chaudhary), a young and beautiful rockstar. Shreya fits the role to perfection because she is...


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Worried About Online Learning for Your Child?

Worried About Online Learning for Your Child?

Summer is over, many schools are ready for the new school year. While there have been debates about the approach schools must take to open the new sessions during this pandemic that’s not yet over. Some suggest having it 100% online and some suggest a hybrid approach....

Stay Home And Vote This Election

Stay Home And Vote This Election

We encourage Santa Clara County voters to vote safe by voting from home for the upcoming November 3, 2020 Presidential General Election. There is no safer way to vote, than by mail. All voters will be mailed a ballot starting October 5, 2020, this means you can vote...

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Indian-Americans Must Resist South Asian Identity

Indian-Americans Must Resist South Asian Identity

The South-Asian identity of the Indian diaspora is inherently biased and it is fraught with inaccuracies. It also constitutes part of a deliberate attempt by leftist groups to deny and subsequently erase from the consciousness the memory of a glorious non-Western...

EdTech Trends Post COVID

COVID-19 has posed a major learning issue to students, parents, and educators. In the face of a sudden paradigm shift, online learning now finds itself at the forefront of mainstream learning. For the first time, students everywhere are completely dependent on digital...

Anti-Blackness in a Brown World

The phone rang. It was my daughter. “I can’t talk now, I’m rushing out to join a South Asians for BLM march,” I said hurriedly heading towards the front door. Immediately she asked me, “Are there going to be black people there?” “I don’t know - I think there are only...

The New Neurotic Normal

COVID and the daughter's boyfriend It’s been a few months now since COVID moved into our neighborhoods and made itself comfortable.  If COVID could be a person, it would be the tattooed, lip-pierced boyfriend your daughter introduced you to months ago, and you...


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Namaste America: We Don’t Need the Handshake

Namaste America: We Don’t Need the Handshake

Do you remember where we were before the pandemic hit? Inequality had reached historical records worldwide, Australia had burned for months on end, autocrats were suffocating democracy in Hungary and Venezuela, and a wave of protests had swept across six continents–...

Hunger Surges During COVID Crisis

Widespread hunger and unemployment drove millions of Americans into food-lines during the Great Depression of 1930; but no one could have predicted that scenario repeating itself some 90 years later, in the land of plenty, plump with the prospect of the American...

Punjabi Truckers Find A Warm Welcome At US Highway Dhabas

A billboard promising a taste of India looms across American interstate I-40. The new Route 66, I-40 is the spine of the Sikh trucking world. Every 100-200 miles you will find a Punjabi dhaba serving heart-healthy meals to diabetes-prone Punjabi truckers.  Tucked into...

How To Start A Keto Diet

A ketogenic or a Keto diet is a high fat, low carb, and moderate protein diet that helps you burn all of your fat efficiently.  Studies say it has enormous benefits in terms of robust performance and weight loss.  This is the reason why most doctors recommend it. But...


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South Asian Queer Voices Fill The Void

South Asian Queer Voices Fill The Void

“Not straight, not gay, not girl enough, miles away from man. Just queer, man, as in queer. I dentif i As queer. I like the way it sounds like the start Of ‘weird’. The way I don’t have a plan. Queer.” —From the poem ‘Queer As In’ by Delhi-based non-binary, femme...

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Teenagers Use Technology to Fight Dementia

Teenagers Use Technology to Fight Dementia

Brainy Haven is a nonprofit created by high school students from Huron High School in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Its founders, Raayan Brar, Darron King, and Siddharth Jha, worked collaboratively on the initiative after realizing the lack of online resources for not just the...

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