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“I’m five minutes away, yaar, just stuck in some traffic.”
Sureshbhai Patel, of India, was visiting family in Alabama when he was pushed to the ground by a police officer responding to a reported of a “suspicious” person. Gov. Robert Bentley later issued a letter of apology to the Indian government.
Just because you’re curious about my ancestry, my beliefs, and my experiences doesn’t mean I owe you answers.
We also go by “frugal” and “prudent.”
Cartoonist and writer Lalo Alcaraz talks to BuzzFeed about what he thought when he saw life imitate his art.
Take me out to the ballgame…like, yesterday.
Straight Indians on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram posted pictures of themselves kissing others of the same sex for the #GayForADay online campaign in an overwhelming show of support for India’s LGBT community.
“The Pilgrims are people from England, and their king wasn’t treating them well so they moved to New York and they sort of took over the African American’s land… And now we call African Americans Indians.”
Update: The school later apologized.
“The Indians brought more than just ‘corn’ to the first Thanksgiving… they brought sexy color!”
A wave of Indians born in America are reaching marriage age and having blowout weddings in the U.S. with a diverse group of guests. Both Indians and non-Indians are turning to new sari-rental websites for the latest fashions at a low cost.
“Does your son not adhere to the cultural norms forced upon you by your father? Is he strong-willed and acting too much like his…white friends?”
Sherlyn got the gig after she wrote a letter to Hugh Hefner asking to be in the magazine after pleading that no Indian has ever had the honor. Her issue comes out in November.
Your guide to the spring-training stars who will fade in the regular season.
“Just singin’ Adele.”
If you don’t mist up a little bit, you’re a Gorgon. Sergeant Chris Weichman gave his family a wonderful shock when he walked on the field of a minor league baseball game in Spokane, Washington, returning home from his third tour of duty in Afghanistan. View Media ›
From 1784 to present day, Native Americans have lost a lot of land due to colonization and coercion. View Image ›
This is adorable. During the broadcast of a Cleveland Indians/Boston Red Sox game, a couple of guys casually kiss each other in front of a reporter. The best part is the awkward reaction of the obviously uncomfortable commentators in the booth. Watch Video ›
Not your average pole dancer here. Watch Video ›