Marriage is an interesting conundrum for Indian Americans because of the differences between our cultural upbringings and our American realities. Read more
For inclusion to become our culture, we need intentional inclusion strategies, but we seem to be getting in our own way of progress. Read more.
South Asian Americans want and expect the best for their children in life, and equip them to achieve this success. Yet, most often, their mental well-being in the face of change is often overlooked. It is critical that we address this issue so that we can empower our young adults with all the tools they need for a well-rounded, holistic developmental path to success.
Historically, the majority of us with Indian heritage have only been in this country since the 1960s. We are newcomers to the scene. So many of us feel like we are not a part of the historical struggle for civil rights in this country, even though we are only here as a direct result of these very struggles. Especially in this day and age however, it is crucial that we, as Indian Americans, add our voices in solidarity to the greater civil rights movements toward inclusion that are happening in our nation. Read on to find out what I mean.
What are invisible disabilities? What prejudices, stigma, and discrimination do those with invisible disabilities face in their lives? How can we include those with invisible disabilities holistically to make considerable progress in our journey towards inclusion? Read on to find out more.
Comparison standards are often used as tools for motivation. In the long run however, they are very harmful to our potential for growth. Read on to find out more.
Despite ongoing progress in diversity and inclusion efforts, there is a misperception that inclusion is zero-sum game. This is a dangerous road to travel down. Read more to find out the details.
While most organizations and groups these days do have Diversity and Inclusion goals, the reality of the American life across many spheres is still one of segregation. What are the different ways in which segregation still legally manifests in American workspaces? Read on to find out.
As a society, we need to radically change our mindsets and include mental health support in the workplace – for the sake of the employees and for the sake of the organization’s health and culture. Here are 3 reasons why we need to make these changes right now: