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Chai With Sahelis

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While the success of South Asians in the Silicon Valley tech sector gets a lot of ink, not much is written or known about the spouses of these tech workers who come on dependent visas. Two journalists set out to change that.
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In a unique storytelling project, survivors share deeply personal stories about their experience living with and surviving domestic violence.
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The first of a three-part series for October’s Domestic Violence month, this story is part of a unique storytelling project “Chai with Sahelis.”
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The second of a three-part series for October’s Domestic Violence month, supported by the USC Center for Health Journalism in partnership with Desi Collective, Narika and India Currents.

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