The epilogue reflects on the contemporary experiences of Indian and Pakistani Americans in the greater Houston area. Using anecdotal evidence, it draws attention to the enduring lived reality of race, class, and ethnicity in South Asian immigrants’ lives, and immigrants’ conflicting understandings about identity. It also provides a conclusion to the book.
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