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Letter from the Publisher: The Next Chapter

This past summer, after months of living a typical Michigan summer filled with a combination of work, family, friends, relaxation and travel, I woke up one Sunday morning feeling extremely disconnected. Simple tasks like using the remote control were impossible to navigate. My family sat in bewilderment when they saw I could not operate my

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The COVID-19 Diaries, Part Five: #Thisisourshot

Contrary to the previous claim, this is yet another and final installment of Dr. Asha Shajahan’s essay series on being a healthcare worker during a pandemic. Read the first, second, third, and fourth installments. My phone pinged. I looked over to see what the alert was about. Reading the message, my heart skipped a beat, “your invitation

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Q&A: Shivani Bafna on her Inspiring Journey as a ‘Desi Influencer’ and Building her own Unique Brand

Choosing an unconventional path from the very beginning has always been a norm and has had its share of highs and lows for influencer/entrepreneur/Bollywood TV host, Shivani Bafna. Since the inception of her intriguing journey through Bollywood, moving across continents to Mumbai, and making her mark on social media platforms, Bafna has undeniably charted her

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Jay Shah’s Harrowing Tale of Fire and Ashes

The day Sept. 15, 2010 started out like any other ordinary day. On most average days, my work usually began at the downtown office; commuting for 45 minutes to be at my desk. Early afternoon at the client’s office I put my cell phone on silence. At around 3 p.m., when I came out of

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Siona Benjamin’s Beautiful Blue World

Lassi with Lavina/The Indian SCENE Siona Benjamin’s people are not black or white or brown – they are a vivid turquoise blue; the color of the sky, the ocean and of Lord Krishna. Her art world is suffused in blue which infiltrated her consciousness in India. You can leave a country but can a country

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15-year-old Aanya Patel Aims to Eliminate Period Poverty

Aanya Patel is just like any other high school sophomore. She is a member of her school band, is part of the volleyball team and loves arts and crafts. Unlike most other high schoolers, however, this 15-year-old from Tampa, Florida, is on a mission. She’s looking to fix ‘period poverty’. Period poverty refers to the

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