An Umbrella Approach to Make Public Health Accessible and Affordable

Being a development practitioner and a professional social worker, I am keen to explore and […]


Disability Futures Virtual Festival

The stories we tell are critical to our understanding of the world. Unfortunately, most of […]


20 Years of Serve-Learn-Lead: Meenakshi Verma-Agrawal

On January 26, 2001, the Gujarat Earthquake struck — an enormous tragedy for the state […]


The Parallels of Caste in the United States and India: Book Review

In our final ‘19-‘20 Fellowship publication, “Intersectionalities in Development Practice: Approaches and Anecdotes,” Alumnus Benson […]


South Asians for Black Lives Matter Panel-New England YP Chapter

On Thursday October 15th, 2020, the New England Young Professional Chapter hosted a live panel […]


Reimagining the Justice System at the Local Level

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


Approaching a Conversation on Whiteness in India (Part I)

In light of the international conversation on racial justice and equity,[1]  for this blog post, […]


Listening to the voices of the poor

As a medical student, I’ve spent four years studying the human body, learning fact upon […]

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