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My Experience with the Status Quo

Status quo is a Latin phrase meaning the existing state of affairs, particularly with regard […]

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Stories of First-Generation Tibetans in India

Between December 2020 to January 2021, I had the privilege of learning the Tibetan language […]

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A Letter to the Lion City: Hyderabad, I Bid You Adieu

Leaving Hyderabad was painful. It wasn’t the way that I wanted to leave and returning […]

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Labor & Empowerment as Community

During a conversation at the Gurgaon market with an older grandmother from Ladakh, the grandmother […]

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Is Empowerment an Empowering Term?

Is Leadership a Fair Indicator of Empowerment? In the literature of development, empowerment is a […]

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What’s in a Language? (Part II)

Like 24% of children in the United States, I grew up in a bilingual household […]

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Excerpts from my Journal: A Retrospect on Confronting Privilege, Identity, and Independence in Puducherry

On Privilege If I want to, I can return home and never look back. But […]

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A Historical Understanding of Gender in the Tibetan Community

This following post is excerpted and adapted from the AIF Clinton Fellowship Endpoint presentation that […]

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Approaching a Conversation on Whiteness in India (Part II)

This post is Part II of a two-part series on approaching and engaging with whiteness […]

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Launch of the 2019-20 Fellowship Yearbook

Today on July 30th, 2020, we celebrated the launch of the 2019-2020 AIF Clinton Fellowship […]

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