A book event with theater, film, and community forum presented by afro-latin@ forum, Asian American Writer’s Workshop and the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. Continue reading
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Tagged Das Racist, Harlem, Harvard University Press, Himanshu Suri, India, New Orleans, New York, New York City, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Tremé
This Tense wood watch is part of the G8303 series, which was just introduced to the Tense watch line. Continue reading
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Tagged Africa, Canada, hw pick, India, japan, Stainless steel, Tense, Warranty, Watches, wood
Ravi Shankar (Bengali: রবি শংকর; born Robindro Shaunkor Chowdhury, 7 April 1920 – 11 December 2012 ), often referred to by the title Pandit, was an Indian musician and composer who played the plucked-string instrument sitar. Continue reading
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Tagged Ali Akbar Khan, Allauddin Khan, Annapurna Devi, George Harrison, India, Khan, Music of India, Ravi Shankar, Shankar
This summer, from July 27 to August 12, the world will turn their attention to London to watch the daily trials and triumphs of the greatest living athletes at the Summer Olympic Games. Today, we’re excited to announce that millions of Olympic fans from across 64 territories in Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa will have a chance to watch the games live from London on the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) YouTube Channel at www.youtube.com/olympic.
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Tagged India, International Olympic Committee, IOC, Kenya, London, Malaysia, Nigeria., Olympic Games, Singapore, Summer Olympic Games, Uganda, youtube
The call for peace is not only global, it’s local.
On December 18, wherever you are in the world, take out just thirty seconds to Pray for Peace Between India and Pakistan. Continue reading
The first state dinner of the Obama White House had it all: Oscar-winning entertainers, Hollywood moguls, a knockout guest chef and even a wardrobe malfunction. Traditional evening gowns vied with saris of vibrant colors Tuesday night at the high-glitz dinner in honor of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. There were turbans and bindis as well as diamonds and brocades.
Pilgrimage of Global Interfaith Leaders & Youth Unite in Mayapur, India
November 30 – December 05, 2008
This November 29th – December 5th, 2008, in Mayapur, India, United Religions Initiative (URI) will hold its second global gathering of members and partners, in a small temple town on the banks of the Ganges where daily up to 10,000 pilgrims visit. Bringing together nearly 300 global interfaith leaders, from 44 countries, as well as the first interfaith youth delegation, the 2008 Global Assembly will serve as an opportunity for members, all of whom are working on interfaith projects worldwide, to speak face to face, learn from one another’s successes and to build further alliances within the URI network. Continue reading