South East Asian Immigrants in Manhattan

An essential, and often repeated, part of the American experience: two generations, with little in common except their family ties, one looking back towards the old country, the other forwards at the new. The annual Indian-American parade is held every summer in New York City, ending at Madison Square Park. (Photo by Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis via Getty Images)
An essential, and often repeated, part of the American experience: two generations, with little in common except their family ties, one looking back towards the old country, the other forwards at the new. The annual Indian-American parade is held every summer in New York City, ending at Madison Square Park. (Photo by Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis via Getty Images)
South East Asian Immigrants in Manhattan
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Andrew Lichtenstein / Contributor
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