New York Times: For a People Overlooked, a Lens At Last

The smallness of the group is another problem. “We do feel that because of our relative insignificance, our voice is not being heard,” said Ms. Ranjit, who was wearing a pink pashmina shawl hand-woven in Nepal as she conducted her interview of Mr. Dangi. Whenever survey results are arranged according to ethnic group, she added, “there’s never a column for Nepalis.” Read the full article here.

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