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Sixty-six and still a caregiver: Bharti Parikh faces the future

By Meera Venugopal

This post originally appeared on the India Home blog.

By all accounts, Bharti Parikh, 66, has led an exciting life. Her life has been an adventure that took her from a childhood in the tiny village of Patton in Gujarat Read More

Southeast Asian Americans March in DC to Commemorate Community's Fight for Justice, Freedom, and Self-Determination

By Mari Quenemoen

On Saturday, October 14, 150 Cambodian, Hmong, Laotian, and Vietnamese Americans and allies converged on the National Mall in Washington, DC, as part of the Southeast Asian American March for Equity. The march coincided with the national gathering Moving Mountains Read More

A Nursing Home for American Indian Elders Fills Cultural Needs

By Diverse Elders

by Kevyn Burger. This article originally appeared on Next Avenue.

Born on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, Kathy Janis was taught to revere the elders in her Oglala Sioux Tribe.

“I was raised to consider every one Read More