Do you know that cliché about how marrying someone means marrying their family? When you’re an Indian woman, that cliché is your life. Your in-laws are just as much a part of your marriage as you are – maybe even more so. Indian women have had to include their in-laws in their marriages for many generations. How has this impacted them?
Jada Mohammed is a student writer, born and raised in Miami, Florida. Writing has been her first love since childhood and has blossomed into a love for journalism. “When I got first place in a school essay contest in 2nd grade, I knew I would be a writer one day,” she says. She has gone on to be published in various magazines, newsletters, and literary journals.