Drinking Chai to Savannah

On a girls’ road trip to Savannah with six of her immigrant friends, Anjali Enjeti recalls a traumatic racist incident she experienced as a teen—an interaction that framed her understanding of her otherness, in Georgia, and America.

via Drinking Chai to Savannah: Reflections on Identity, Inclusion and Power in the South — Longreads

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