Indian-American teens make a clean sweep of awards at 2018 National Geographic Bee

For the seventh consecutive year, an Indian-American kid, Venkat Ranjan, 13, of California was crowned winner of the National Geographic Bee. In second place was Anoushka Buddhikot, 13, of New Jersey and the third place finisher was Vishal Sareddy, 14, of Georgia. Continue reading Indian-American teens make a clean sweep of awards at 2018 National Geographic Bee

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Nearly thirty percent of students competing in 2018 National Geographic Bee are Indian-Americans

Nearly thirty percent of students competing in 2018 National Geographic Bee are Indian-Americans

Of the 54 state winners ranging in age from 10 to 14 years who are heading to Washington to participate in the 30th annual National Geographic Bee, some 16, nearly thirty percent, are Indian-Americans. Continue reading Nearly thirty percent of students competing in 2018 National Geographic Bee are Indian-Americans

National Indian physicians group takes compelling causes to Capitol Hill

National Indian physicians group takes compelling causes to Capitol Hill

Born in India and having migrated to the US as a teenager, Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal is very vocal when it comes to immigration and upholding the rights of immigrants. “Unless you are native American, you came from somewhere and 92 percent of Asian Americans have come through the family immigration system”, she told the AAPI gathering. Continue reading National Indian physicians group takes compelling causes to Capitol Hill