Nina Davuluri


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Nina Davuluri

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Nina Davuluri was born on April 20, 1989 and is 33 years old now.

Birthday: April 20, 1989
How Old - Age: 33

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Nina Davuluri - Biography

Nina Davuluri is an American public speaker and advocate. As Miss America 2014 and Miss New York 2013, Davuluri was the first Indian American to be crowned Miss America and the first to perform a Bollywood dance on the Miss America stage. She is "the first Miss America to receive xenophobic and racist comments about being a terrorist or Muslim extremist," because of her ethnic background.
Davuluri, the first Indian American to win the Miss America pageant (and the second Miss New York in a row), held the title of Miss America 2014 from September 15, 2013 to September 14, 2014. In doing so, she followed in the footsteps of a previous Miss Syracuse/Miss New York, Vanessa Williams, who (as Miss America 1984) was the first African American winner of the pageant.

She is also the second Asian American contestant to be crowned Miss America (the first was Filipino American Angela Perez Baraquio in 2001). NPR's Michael Martin commented on this aspect of her win by noting that "there were five Asian-Americans competing for the crown. That's the highest number in pageant history. Three of you were in the top five. Two of you were the finalists, and this in a contest where initially the requirements were that contestants be of good health and of the white race."
During her year as Miss America, Davuluri promoted her platform "Celebrating Diversity Through Cultural Competency" and STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education to high-school and college students. She elaborated on her platform in a Yale University talk as one using social media as a form of activism. Describing it as "Circles of Unity", she encouraged students to view social media as a tool to spread cultural awareness and combat ignorance.