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Culture Crash 17-49: The Simpsons’s Apu Problem


Welcome to Culture Crash, where we examine american culture. What’s new and old in books, film, and entertainment.

The Simpsons is a cultural touchstone for countless Americans. 276 more words

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A Reporter Returns to Kansas to Discuss Hate Crimes and Identity

A national correspondent with The New York Times, Audra Burch, is returning to Olathe, Kansas, for a discussion about hate crimes and what it means to belong in America. 78 more words


Secrets and family and love

Priyanka, like many children of immigrants, lives between two worlds – one Indian, one American.  When she finds a pashmina with seemingly magical powers, she can travel to India, into other possible lives, and maybe even learn about the missing pieces of her past. 65 more words

Book Review

If You Missed Diwali in India, Dallas Is the Place to Be

The city’s annual Hindu festival of lights, a food lover’s delight, is one of America’s largest and latest.

Published: October 31, 2017 at 05:30AM

Food By PRIYA KRISHNA… 66 more words


You Bring the Distant Near by Mitali Perkins

You Bring the Distant Near by Mitali Perkins (9780374304904)

Mothers and daughters fill the pages of this novel for teens that focuses on three generations of a Bengali family. 384 more words

Book Reviews

The ways they are like us all

My novel, That Existential Leap: a crime story, was in production last year when Lionel Shriver caused a stir by launching a scathing attack… 942 more words


Hate crime? Two Sikh Americans killed in the US

It’s not been long that Indian-origin engineer Srinivas Kuchibholta was killed when a US Navy veteran shot at him and his friend Alik Madasani, yelling “get out of my country.” 155 more words

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