Books by Indian Diaspora Leaders: What’s Out

Books by Indian Diaspora Leaders: What’s Out

February 11, 2022 |
Author: Indiaspora Staff
Given the number of fantastic reads that have been recently published by Indian diaspora leaders, we felt compelled to create this page to serve as a resource of several books that are out this month, recently out, or will be… Read more
Reflections on Contemporary Indian American Art: An Inward Journey

Reflections on Contemporary Indian American Art: An Inward Journey

February 8, 2022 |
Author: Padma Rangaswamy, Co-Founder of National Indo-American Museum (NIAM)
I had always seen myself as a writer and a historian, with no more than a peripheral interest in contemporary art, mainly because I never had the opportunity to delve into it deeply enough to understand its abstract complexities.  That… Read more
The Necessary ‘Re-Education’ of America

The Necessary ‘Re-Education’ of America

February 3, 2022 |
Author: Carl McCluster, Founder and Convener of the Connecticut Faith Leaders Collaborative
Although various media formats proliferate airways, and would therefore seem to heighten awareness regarding the challenges that people of color face in every corner of the globe, Black History Month 2022 and the 24 months that preceded it remind us… Read more
Ignition Grants: Technology-based Energy Solutions

Ignition Grants: Technology-based Energy Solutions

January 27, 2022 |
Author: Nishritha Bopana, Principal Science Officer at Indo-U.S. Science and Technology Forum
Climate Change is one of the biggest challenges facing our world today, spurring the call for global collaborations to tackle this crisis.  The recent launch of the U.S.-India Climate and Clean Energy Agenda 2030 partnership reiterated the commitment of both… Read more