“One Day There Will Be Hundreds of Us”: How Dalit Literature Breaks Barriers
A new wave of Dalit writers and publishers are shaping the literary landscape of India and beyond.
How Sanjena Sathian of “Gold Diggers” Creates Magic
The writer reveals how her debut novel uses the unreal and ineffable to answer questions about identity, ambition, and our place in history.
Asian America Writes “Letters for Black Lives”
Working in over 40 languages, Asian Americans ask community elders to reconsider their commitments to Black people.
Giving Dal Its Due
On the long history of the lentil in South Asian motherlands and its resonance during the pandemic.
The Uncancellable Jameela Jamil
In a time where beauty and marginalization are both strange forms of currency, some react to the Jameela Jamils of the world as hoarders of wealth.
Elizabeth Warren Holds a Mirror to Our Failing
Nobody *deserves* to be president. But Warren deserved better than she got.
CAA and The Instagram Baddie
Should diasporic influencers pause self-exoticizing on Instagram and sound the alarm against fascism?