Sayu Bhojwani: Are Immigrants The Key To A Stronger Democracy? Sayu Bhojwani urges her fellow immigrants to participate and find their own power in the political process in order to make democracy stronger.
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Are Immigrants The Key To A Stronger Democracy?

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Are Immigrants The Key To A Stronger Democracy?

Are Immigrants The Key To A Stronger Democracy?

Are Immigrants The Key To A Stronger Democracy?

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Part 3 of the TED Radio Hour episode Democracy On Trial

About Sayu Bhojwani's TED Talk

Sayu Bhojwani urges her fellow immigrants to participate and find their own power in the political process in order to make democracy stronger.

About Sayu Bhojwani

Sayu Bhojwani served as New York City's first Commissioner of Immigrant Affairs and is the founder of South Asian Youth Action, a community-based organization in Queens. Since 2010, she has served as Founder and President of The New American Leaders Project, which is based in New York City.