Trisha Sakhuja-Walia is the CEO and Founder of Brown Girl Magazine, a digital stomping ground for South Asians to challenge traditions and embrace feminism.
Neha Patel is a writer and Brown Girl Magazine staffer. Her short story, Someday, Maybe, was published in the Brown Girl Magazine anthology, Untold: Defining Moments of the Uprooted.
Untold, a Brown Girl Magazine anthology, is a collection of real stories that explores the South Asian experience in the US, UK and Canada through the lens of identity, being, and relationships. Thirty-two emerging voices share deeply personal moments relating to immigration, infertility, divorce, mental health, sexual orientation, gender identity, racism, colorism, casteism, religion, and much more.
In this episode I talk to Trisha and Neha about our Untold stories, something they are both working on changing.
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