Khyati Y. Joshi is a public intellectual whose social science research and community connections inform policy-makers, educators, and everyday people about race, religion, and immigration in 21st century America. She has lectured around the world and published ground-breaking scholarly and popular work in her field, while also serving as an advisor to policy-makers and as a leader in the South Asian American community.
Sri will bring the experience of being Indian, biracial and of growing up in an immigrant community. As everyday people see someone whose life experience resembles theirs having a seat at tables of political power, they also see the power of their vote and a reason to get involved.28 April 2021
Asian Americans are considered forever foreigners. It is why you can have a third or fourth generation Asian American and it’s constantly, ‘You’re not from here.’28 April 2021
One is more likely going to find right-wing groups in the first generation, among immigrants. The pull for Trump is not just his romance with Modi, but the fact that Trump sold himself as a successful businessman.28 April 2021