Small Patches of America: When America’s Suburban Romance Is Undone
In other words, the suburbs are equated with whiteness because they were designed to be.
Pranay Somayajula is a writer, essayist, and second-generation Indian American, born in Minneapolis and currently living in Washington, DC. Pranay recently graduated from The George Washington University, where he studied political science and international affairs. They are currently working on their first novel.
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