Grief, fear, helplessness fill Indians overseas. It’s a wake-up call too

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India’s Covid surge and the accompanying humanitarian calamity has left the nearly 4.8 million people strong Indian-American community reeling. Few, if any, from this community have been left untouched, and feelings of grief, fear, and helplessness are widespread, as people struggle to provide succour to their loved ones back home.

Column author Bidisha Biswas is a professor of Political Science at Western.

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