Why does the topic of “integrating the youth” in almost every agenda and association that I happen to be a part of and yet never gets fulfilled?… Read more “Leading by Example”
our people must make room to allow diversity in the leadership we look up to. Being bilingual is not more important than character and competency. Make space for second-generation leadership and be proud of the inter-generational community we carry.
I’m sure by glancing at the title, several eyebrows have been risen and various preconceived judgments have been formed. For several days, I have been nagged about… Read more “Being Considered a “Disappointment””
As the groovy South Indian artist Rinosh George lyrically puts it: “I’m from the southern part of India, and yes I’m a Malayalee. Kerala is the state… Read more “Onam: The Forgotten Meaning Behind This Beautiful Mythology”
Going to church was never a regular habit growing up, partially because as a Malayalee, my parents wanted us to go to a Malayalee church, which several… Read more “A Crisis In Faith- The Church and Me”
As a day’s duty comes to an abrupt end, as the night envelopes the sky, when scenes come to a halt, and earthly noise becomes silent, all… Read more “Tears To The Corner of My Eyes”
As all of you know, I am an ‘ABPD’- American Born Proud Desi. I have been a part of various organizations all of which are non-profit and… Read more “Fighting for the Truth as an ‘ABPD’”
Being a brown skinned girl, life is not as simple as many people of lighter descent make it out to be. Especially if you happen to be… Read more “To Be A “Color” in the “Land Of The Free””
I want encourage those in the Indian community (along with any community), to stop using the term ‘ABCD.’ If your child does feel like they are stuck in a grey area, help them out by communicating with them along with understanding what it takes to being comfortable…
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