Tuberculosis and India: Opportunities for Leadership

Tuberculosis and India: Opportunities for Leadership

May 5, 2022 |
Author: S Ashish Bali and Dr. Joanne Carter, RESULTS
Indian Prime Minister Modi made bold commitments toward ending TB in India by 2025 and has sustained those commitments in the face of COVID-19. COVID has had devastating impacts on TB program efforts in India and across the world—due to… Read more
Sustainable Livelihood as a Long-Term Solution to Unemployment

Sustainable Livelihood as a Long-Term Solution to Unemployment

April 7, 2022 |
Author: Santanu Mishra, Co-founder and Executive Trustee of Smile Foundation
India has no dearth of talent. The country also has a large number of youth who are in the working age group. The areas in which we are primarily lacking are opportunity and education. While a small percentage of the… Read more
Navigating My Mixed-Race South Asian identity

Navigating My Mixed-Race South Asian identity

March 23, 2022 |
Author: Rahul Yates, Founder of HumSub GlobalTEEN
As a multiracial individual, I have grown up feeling very unsure of my identity, as if I was always the odd one out and never white or Indian enough. When I was younger, I would mostly identify as only Indian… Read more
World Idli Day

World Idli Day

March 22, 2022 |
Author: RJ Sudha, Founder and the Anchor of Tamizh Suvai Radio
Idlies and dosas are such a quintessential part of a South Indian breakfast that the first dish-related question that gets asked in any household is not “What is for breakfast?”, but, rather, “What is the side dish for breakfast?” One… Read more
Red Dot Foundation

Red Dot Foundation

March 3, 2022 |
Author: ElsaMarie Dsilva, Founder and President of Red Dot Foundation Global
‘Be the change you wish to see in the world.’ - Mahatma Gandhi Almost ten years ago I launched Safecity, a crowdsourcing platform to collate anonymous stories of sexual and gender-based violence. These stories are geotagged and appear as pins… Read more
Banned Books – Mapping an Allyship Journey

Banned Books – Mapping an Allyship Journey

February 24, 2022 |
Author: Shoba Viswanathan, Senior Manager of Development and Civic Engagement, Indiaspora
“Books are a form of political action. Books are knowledge. Books are reflection. Books change your mind.” – Toni Morrison Book banning, the flash button issue in headline news across the United States currently, is also the raging topic in… Read more
“Let Freedom Ring”: A Reflection During Black History Month

“Let Freedom Ring”: A Reflection During Black History Month

February 24, 2022 |
Author: Mary Millben, Singer, Founder and CEO of JMDE Enterprises, Inc
As a child, the voice and stories of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. echoed in the halls of my home. My father, Reverend Michael Millben, would reminisce about his days marching with Dr. King in the Civil Rights Movement and… Read more