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The Buddhist Concept That Can Make You a Better Ally

Dear friend: Your body language betrays your true thoughts in these troubled times

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We had just come back from a march for immigrant rights, exhausted but exhilarated. She, a German art director, and I, an Indian television producer, had bonded over our shared experiences as permanent residents of the United States. I…

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Sanjna N. Singh

Sanjna N. Singh

Award-winning filmmaker, TV producer, writer. Bylines in NY Times, Guardian, Bitch, Zora, Vox + more. Writing a memoir and a fantasy novel. Tweet @sanjnasingh

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