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Category Archives: India

“South Asian-American trapped me…”

“South Asian-American trapped me…”
My name is Priyanka Srinivasa and I used to believe that I am made of a cacophony of inharmonious collisions. My pain began with the incessant sharp prick of the hyphen that jarred me between two worlds. I was born South Asian- American after my parents immigrated across the ocean to Canada from a small...
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“As a female Indian living in America…”

“As a female Indian living in America…”
  1. Why did your family move to the US? My parents moved to the US because they knew that there were more opportunities for them that being back home in India did not necessarily provide. Specifically, occupational.
  2. Tell me about your childhood. I was born and raised in America, but since my parents were the first generation from India...
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The Different Family

The Different Family
(Image:My favorite place in the world: Nagaland, India) My name is Christine, I am currently nineteen years old, and I am the child of immigrants. My parents immigrated to America from India a little over twenty years ago. Now, I know that there are many immigrant children, specifically many Indian-American immigrant children, who are born and...
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Unispora Fiction: Sunday Mornings

Unispora Fiction: Sunday Mornings

With a final prayer, that Sunday’s service concluded. The girl uncrossed her legs slowly, fighting the urge to shiver at the pins and needles racing through her feet. She sat alone amongst the chattering women who began to rise with much less hesitation than her. She began to shake the haze that had...

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