Indians in South Africa Mark 100 Years of Abolition of Indentured Labor
Indian laborers were brought to Durban in 1860 to work in sugarcane fields.
Racist Fliers Target Sikh Mayor Candidate In New Jersey
Slanderous fliers, calling Democrat Sikh candidate Ravinder Bhalla a “terrorist”, surfaced ahead of the mayoral election in Hoboken, New Jersey.
Racist Pamphlet Targets Asian School Board Candidates in New Jersey
An anonymous pamphlet in Edison, New Jersey, called for keeping “outsiders” away from the town.
Monument of Love, the Taj Mahal, at Heart of Political Storm
India’s famed monument of love, the white marble Taj Mahal, is finding itself at the heart of a...
On the Run for Love: Couple Bridges a Buddhist-Muslim Divide
The young couple’s romance has spawned protests, shut down businesses, caused fistfights and pitted Muslim and Buddhist leaders against each other.
Immigrants Are A Fiscal Boon for U.S.
Immigrants are paying for the retirements, the health care and the welfare benefits of the native-born.
Beyond the Coolie Identity in the Caribbean
Indians have overcome racism, discrimination and exploitation to find their place in the Caribbean.