A Proposal For An Alliance Against Fascist Dictatorship In India
A document co-signed by organizations calling for “an alliance against fascist dictatorship in India.” The six groups, the Indian People’s Association of North America (IPANA), Indians for Democracy (IFD), Committee for Freedom in India (CFI), Committee of Concerned Indian Students (CCIS), New India Coalition (NIC), and Indians for Political Freedom (IPF), discuss the possibility of an alliance on
Excerpt from a report by the South Asia People’s Organization, a Berkeley-based organization that investigated the actions of Consul General of India in San Francisco, R.C. Arora.
India Today (Vol. 2, No. 1)
Six-page issue of India Today magazine published by the Alliance Against Fascist Dictatorship in India. The issue begins by detailing the ways in which the Emergency has proved ineffective. It also includes minutes from a successful meeting, three demands opposing “Indira’s Fascism” and a detailed description of the Santhal Uprising in the states of Bihar and West Bengal.
India Forum (May 1979)
This 97-page issue of India Forum magazine, published in Oakland, contains writing from Gail Omvedt, Sarvohara Shikshan Mala, Sharat G. Lin, and S. Ghosh. The issue also includes political documents from the Ad Hoc Committee for Inquiry into Kanpur Massacre, the Kerala State Committee of CPI (M-L), and the South Asia People’s Organisation.
Documents of the Committee of Concerned Indian Students and the Committee for Human Rights
This 23-page document published by two University of California-Berkeley student organizations, the Committee of Concerned Indian Students and the Committee for Human Rights, contains thirteen records of essays pertaining to women’s liberation, workers’ rights, statements of solidarity with other cultural organizations, India’s political climate during 1976, and more.
"Homage To Martyrs" Flyer
Flyer detailing a public event at the University of California-Berkeley sponsored by the Women of South Asian Descent and Punjabi People’s Cultural Association groups. It describes the event as a vocal music performance by two artists as well as a talk by Professor Jagmohan Singh.
"Statement of Solidarity with I.P.A.N.A"
This statement was issued by the India Forum during a public rally in Vancouver, the General Convention. The statement describes the organization’s solidarity with the Indian People’s Association of North America, and states that “since 1947 the plight of the overwhelming majority of the Indian people has worsened and the gap between the rich and the poor has continued to widen.”