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Many people interviewed by WGLT say they’re eager for Indians to take the next step in representation – serving in elected positions – and are hopeful that historic barriers to those opportunities can be overcome.
Games are as much a part of Indian culture as they are in American culture. And within both of those cultures, how those games are played, and who plays them, have changed over time.
The missions of both schools that teach Telugu and Tamil boil down to universal themes that go beyond language. They're there to pass along tradition, culture and history and to build kinship and community among those who attend.
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