2 Resources that Amplify South Asian Voices

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On my own journey to learn about my roots, I realized that they are broader than my direct lineage. I was born in the United States and my parents were born in India. And I’ve slowly been trying to learn more about my ancestors, in the capacity I can.

But I realized that my lineage is both narrow and broad. There’s my direct bloodline, and then there’s the communities that surrounded, and…

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Writer. Feminist Healing Coach. Librarian. Cat Mom. I write about healing & justice. Read more at thehealinghype.com and hear me on my podcast, MigrAsians.

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Nisha Mody

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Writer. Feminist Healing Coach. Librarian. Cat Mom. I write about healing & justice. Read more at thehealinghype.com and hear me on my podcast, MigrAsians.

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