Edward Cagney Matthews: The Racist Menace From Mount Laurel


It’s a strange thing to grow up before the Internet.

As an Indian-American in New Orleans, you’re used to all kinds of racism. It may involve questions innocently framed from white women, such as: “No, where are you from, from?” so that they can ask more uncomfortable questions. It might also involve a muttered “Taliban” on the street when you’re walking back…