Biopiracy: Let's BAG It!

A co-founder of the Basmati Action Group argues that the corporate rush to patent life is a new form of colonialism

Averting Impact

Social Health Programs and South Asians

Behind Swing Doors: South Asian Workers Speak

Interviews with New York City food service industry workers

Story of a Nepali in Exile

An interview with Mahabir Chaudhari, a Nepali human rights defender now living in exile in New York. He explores the complexities and challenges faced by many migrants who have sought political asylum to escape Nepal's over a decade-long civil war.

Saboteurs? Or Saviours?

The Position of Tanzanian Asians

One Big, Happy Community?

Class Issues Within South Asian Homes

Diversity and Struggle in the Arabian Gulf

"A history of South Asian migration to the Arabian Gulf, from the imperial days when it was linked to the British Raj to the post oil-boom frenzy of today. By carefully exploring the extended histories of South Asian migrants to the Gulf, Kanna debunks the idea of South Asians as "alien" and looks at the impact of oil in changing perceptions of South Asian migration to the region."

Passports and Pink Slips

Immigration and Labor After 9/11

The Making / Migrant Song / Sound the Alarm

In the following excerpt from Migritude, a one-woman spoken-word theater piece, Shailja Patel brings us the story of South Asian migration to East Africa.

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