Thousands of Indian women have put their careers on hold for a chance at the American dream. Trump wants to revoke a policy that’s allowed them to work.
"Fresh Off The Boat" creator Nahnatchka Khan is set to be an executive producer of the reboot of "The Greatest American Hero."
Should I be so pumped for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding when I know the dark history of the British monarchy?
Sunayana Dumala hopes to spread a message of acceptance, "irrespective of color, race or religion."
And he completely deserves it.
"Take some time to understand and embrace diversity in race, culture and religion," Sunayana Dumala wrote in a Facebook post.
by Jill Patel The idea that being an Indian-American can be confusing is quite the understatement. It is a complex juxtaposition
Returns from recent elections demonstrate a severe backlash to Trump that may reverberate throughout 2018.
I know how it feels to be “different” or “weird.”
Why (and How) It's Hitting Gen X Women
Lena Khan's "The Tiger Hunter" is about an Indian immigrant trying to make it big in America.
Jokes aside, General John Kelly is basically an Indian aunty trying to hold it all together.
When Srinivas Kuchibhotla was killed in a hate crime, his wife's immigration status was thrown into question.
Comedian Hari Kondabolu once said Apu's voice sounds like “a white guy making fun of my father.”