“The new Smithsonian exhibit on Indian-Americans is great—if only it were 1985” (Quartz)

February 26, 2014

“Divided into seven sections, from migration to work to culture, the exhibit is initially stunning: panels of bright mango and magenta; doses of kitsch like durable Corelle plates and Bollywood records; the sobering display of a turban worn by a Sikh man killed after 9/11—all set against soundtracks from popular films. And yet after an initial walk-through, it became clear that so much is missing.”

Read more of this story by S. Mitra Kalita for Quartz here.


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