First Post, Commentary, Posted: Dec 07, 2013
We are far away from forgiveness because we are far away from truth. Mandela in his death gives us occasion to think about this.
First Post, Commentary, Posted: Aug 29, 2013
Indian-American politicians like Bobby Jindal and Nikki Haley are using Dr. King's words to subvert Dr. King's dream.
First Post, Commentary, Posted: Jul 25, 2013
“No era un niño perfecto. Pero no merecía morir”.
First Post, Commentary, Posted: Jul 16, 2013
They were all just trying to get home -- Oscar Grant in Oakland, Trayvon Martin in Florida, the woman raped on a bus in New Delhi.
First Post, Commentary, Posted: Jul 13, 2013
Being gay these days in America, in the afterglow of the Supreme Court verdict overturning DOMA, is more about celebration than anguish.
First Post, Op-ed, Posted: May 16, 2013
Now we find the pressure cooker has remained resolutely un-American -- the shining symbol of diversity that needs to be hidden at home.
First Post, News Analysis, Posted: May 01, 2013
The latest Wikipedia flap is a reminder that sub-categorizing by minority creates implicit bias.
First Post, News Analysis, Posted: Apr 16, 2013
This year he was not running it. But ever since the bombs went off at America’s oldest and most iconic marathon, his phone and Facebook wall have been flooded with anxious messages.
First Post, News Feature, Posted: Apr 13, 2013
This year, Fatima Shaik came to India for the first time to try and solve the mystery in her family tree.
First Post, Commentary, Posted: Mar 18, 2013
One thing is tragically clear from the string of recent attacks on women in India – rape is not an exceptional crime in this country.