Telling Another’s Story: Letter to the India Post

Telling Another’s Story: Letter to the India Post

Telling Another's Story

On April 15th, 2014, a letter titled “Telling Another’s Story,” written by Viveka Ray-Mazumder, a Youth Organizer for Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Chicago (AAAJ-C), and Ami Gandhi, the Executive Director of SAAPRI, was published in the India Post.

  • Read more about co-author Viveka Ray-Mazumder here
  • Read more about Brahmin/I, produced by Face Theatre & Silk Road Rising, here
  • Read more about the panel discussion “In the Other’s Shoes: Identity and Representation in Storytelling” here
  • Read reviews of Brahmin/I here

SAAPRI thanks South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT) for its support through the We Build Community program and Silk Road Rising for its ongoing efforts to spark such dialogue.

Local organizations you can support include Chicago Desi Youth Rising, Invisible to Invincible, and Trikone Chicago

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  • Read 15 ways Indian brands and Bollywood stars are fighting for LGBTQ+ rights here