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A Bag Full of Perspectives

What I didn’t prepare for during my AIF Clinton Fellowship year was how many perspectives […]

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Followed by Food: Blessing or Curse?

“You’re fired.”  The words rang through my ears. I looked down at my feet – […]

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The Year That Was: Embracing Failure

“A good experience should show you windows and mirrors“, said my mentor Parul Sheth, one […]

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Creativity Used to Empower: My Visit to Chindu

Chindu had been my first choice. When I applied for the AIF Clinton Fellowship, there […]

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What’s My Age Again?

My mother hails from Mobile, Alabama: one of the bases of the Civil Rights Movement, […]

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The Year That Was: Fieldwork and Facilitation

“The first rule of fieldwork is that you have to be genuine and come in […]

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Breaking the Bihari Stereotype: The Entrepreneur

It wasn’t until I began traveling throughout India that I learned the immense stereotypes that […]

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From Buffalo to (Nizamuddin) Basti

“Ah darn.”  I shot straight up. I rubbed my eyes with the left hand, reaching […]

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Why Vulnerability Was the Best Thing I Experienced in India

At the beginning of this experience, during Orientation, I was given a single piece of […]

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What about the Rock: Contextualizing the Ripple Effect Theory

“Didi ap yahan pe rahan, yahan se uppar janah bahut mushkil ha” Sakina baji said . […]

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