“Confess to yourself in the deepest hour of the night whether you would have to die if you were forbidden to write. Dig deep into your heart, where the answer spreads its roots in your being, and ask yourself solemnly, must I write?”

Rainer Maria Rilke

Published Content:

2011 Interview with Judith Light

The Blatant Cultural Appropriation in “Fuller House” is Not Cool

We the Heroes: A Look at South Asian Representation in Western Media

‘Sold’ — A Powerful Film That Calls an End to Child Trafficking

7 Reasons to Celebrate Women on Our Currency

One Girl, 50 Years: An Ode to Guyana

10 Athletes Who Made the 2016 Olympics Worth Watching

#SouthAsianUnity: Indo-Caribbean Representation in the Diaspora

Becoming ‘Bollywood Bev’ and Going Boldly in the Star Trek Universe

We Give You Every Reason to Take a Look Back at ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham’s’ Soundtrack

A Group of South Asian Women Dared to Bare Their Insecurities in Front of a Camera

The Importance of Riz Ahmed’s Call for Representation

15 Things White People Should Not Say to POC

‘American Haze’: Joining the American Fraternity Through the Eyes of Filmmaker Kiran Deol

‘Fast Five’ Interview with Guyanese-American Art Curator Grace Aneiza Ali

Indo-Guyanese Teen Alyssa Raghu Makes it to Hollywood on ‘American Idol’

International Dancer Zaman: A Symbol of Pride for LGBTQ+ West Indians

Lead Actress Shazi Raja of ‘India Pale Ale’ says we Need to ‘be Vocal About our Truth’

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