A Tea Shop Founded by Indian Immigrants Is Bridging Cultural Divides in Tanzania

After Tanzania gained independence, many Indian families fled the country when resentment toward them grew. But the family behind the beloved K.T. Shop refused to leave their adopted home, where they had already spent decades planting their roots.
Elspeth Dehnert

Eating Through Hong Kong's 'Little India'

At Hong Kong's gritty Chungking Mansions, where the city's asylum seekers and refugees regularly gather, prosperity is fading fast.
Justin Heifetz​​

Native Americans Domesticated Turkeys Hundreds of Years Before Thanksgiving

Native Americans in Eastern North America had domesticated the holiday birds hundreds of years before the first Thanksgiving.
Grennan Milliken

Indians Pitcher First Athlete to Be Benched for Drone Injury

"Everybody in here probably at some point or another had a drone-related problem."
Daniel Oberhaus

Native American Reservations Can Legalize Weed Now, but Will They?

Not many tribes appear to want to go the way of Colorado and Washington state.
Justin Glawe

Chile Is Locked in a Drawn-Out Battle with Its Indigenous Population

On March 12, Francisco Huenchumilla—governor of the south-central Araucanía region—apologized to the country’s indigenous Mapuche people for “the theft of [their] lands by the state.” But the Mapuche people want more than an apology.
Sam Edwards

My Summer Interning for a Minor League Baseball Team in Tennessee

I interned for a Minor League Baseball team because I wanted to work work for a Major League Baseball team. I thought I'd be crunching numbers like Jonah Hill, but instead I lived with an alleged child molester and worked with a drunk little person.
Greg Dorris

Life of Heems

I'm a little preoccupied with race. The first time someone suggested I read 'Life of Pi,' the novel by Yann Martel about an Indian boy and his journey across the ocean with a Bengal tiger, I took a look at the author's name, and my race wheels started...
Himanshu Suri
The 4-ACO-DMT Issue

A Flux Of Pink Indians

The Bundelkhand is one of the poorest parts of the Uttar Pradesh region of northern India. It's also one of the most populated areas of an already hugely overpopulated country.
Sanjit Das
The Natives Issue

Red Apple

I've never really been exposed to anything different from the reservation. I haven't really traveled.
Brandi Lane
The Natives Issue


News flash: Indians call themselves Indians. It’s not a big deal. so stop having powwows about how white people cannot say that word.
VICE Staff