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Author, Activist on Post-9/11 America, Solidarity, and Immigration
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Book Discussion on We Too Sing America

Activist Deepa Iyer discusses her book We Too Sing America , in which she catalogs recent racial flashpoints in the U.S., including killings, protests against Islamic centers, registration programs, and racial profiling. This program has not yet ... C-SPAN, 2 months ago

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Activist Says Harmful Political Rhetoric Will Likely Worsen In Election Year

By Suman Guha Mozumder Deepa Iyer, a civil and immigrants rights advocate for over a decade, says while harmful political rhetoric by politicians that hurts minorities and discriminate people of color has been going on since the September 11 ...
 News India Times6 days ago
News India Times

For Nikki Haley, Immigrant Ties A Dual-edged Sword

By Lavanya Ramanathan It's a story that really isn't that different from the story of millions of Americans. And yet. When South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley declared herself the proud daughter of Indian immigrants in the Republican response ...
 News India Times2 weeks ago For Nikki Haley and other politicians, immigrant ties are a dual-edged sword  Washington Post3 weeks ago
New America Media

Sureshbhai Patel Didn't Get Justice Because He Couldn't Speak English

Sureshbhai Patel went for a walk in Huntsville, Alabama. He ended up paralysed, beaten up not by muggers or hoodlums but by the city's own policemen. The story caused an international furore. A 57-year-old grandfather thrown down face first by the ...
 New America Media3 weeks ago
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When Mumbai met Mylapore

The divas of Carnatic music, Ranjani and Gayatri, grew up in the midst of many languages, and absorbed much of it into their music. They tell DEEPA GANESH that while music can exist without lyric, it however heightens the experience of it ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago

Nikki Haley's State of the Union Response Draws Mixed Reactions

Despite winning bipartisan praise for her speech responding to the President's State of the Union address Tuesday night, South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley drew the ire of pundits and politicians on the conservative right when some interpreted her ...
 NBCNews.com4 weeks ago
New America Media

Arthur J Pais of Rediff.com Passes Away

Rediff.com regrets to inform you that our dear colleague Arthur J Pais passed away in New Jersey on Friday. Arthur, an Editor at Rediff.com and India Abroad -- the Indian-American newsweekly owned by Rediff.com -- was 66. After a distinguished ...
 New America Media1 month ago Rediff.com's Arthur J Pais passes away  Rediff.com1 month ago

'MHP' Syllabus: 12.6.15

This Sunday in #nerdland: The latest on the San Bernardino shooting, the Supreme Court and affirmative action, President Obama's evolution on guns and terror, 2016 politics and terrorism, and the new movie, Chi-Raq. On Wednesday, Supreme Court ...
 MSNBC2 months ago
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Race Forward's Rinku Sen on Envisioning and Enacting Racial Justice

Cathy Cohen, Rinku Sen, Van Jones, Maria Teresa Kumar, and Tim Wise at Facing Race 2010, Chicago Courtesy of Rinku Sen "Our biggest challenge was, and remains, redefining racism so that people can recognize it in its systemic, unconscious and ...
 NBCNews.com2 months ago
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