Nik Dodani is Making Hollywood His Own
Luck helped the actor and writer, known for ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ and ‘Atypical,’ break into Hollywood. But he’s not leaving the rest up to chance.
Meera Syal Refuses to Be Disappointed
The star of 'Goodness Gracious Me' and 'The Kumars at No. 42' brought audiences unapologetic portrayals of South Asian womanhood — and she's just getting started.
In Poet Natasha Rao’s "Latitude," Nature is Sublime
The debut collection — winner of the First Book Prize — is a meditation of the natural world, full of “Krishna-skin skies” and “snow that melts to milk.”
Opinion: A Paean to the Rakhi
Despite Raksha Bandhan’s patriarchal origins, for some, the holiday is less about religion and more about bringing together siblings.
Her Death Was the Clarion Call for More South Asian Stem Cell Donors
Liyna Anwar’s campaign to find a match as she battled leukemia revealed donor shortages, cultural barriers, and chronic misinformation.
My Family’s Anti-Blackness and Boris Johnson’s Cabinet
My Indian family fled from Uganda to the U.K. — that still doesn’t give them or other South Asian Brits the right to be racist.