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Equality and the American dream seem to be increasingly out of reach for many Indians in the U.S., since President Donald Trump took office. The past several months have worried many people across the world, and Indians were especially alarmed to learn about the apparently racially motivated murder of Indian engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla. Meanwhile, the White House continues to push a controversial “Muslim ban,” battling the U.S. court system.
As a result, more and more people in India have reportedly begun advising their friends and relatives against visiting the United States, whether for work or study.
Kuchibhotla was shot to death in a Kansas bar this February, and subsequent attacks on other Indians followed in what the website Socialistworker.org has called a “wave of violence against South Asians.”
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