"India: 'Democracy' Under A Relaxed Emergency?" Press Release
Press release dated January 26, 1977 issued by the Concerned Committee of Indian Students (CCIS) at the University of California at Berkeley. Titled “India: ‘Democracy’ Under a Relaxed Emergency?”, the press release criticizes Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s relaxation of Emergency measures in early 1977 as a politically expedient ploy for votes in the March 1977 election.
"Audio-Visual Resources Catalog, 1977"
Photocopy of the Concerned Committee of Indian Students’ (CCIS) audio-visual resources catalog at the University of California at Berkeley, 1977. The catalog included “Waves of Revolution”, a film by Anand Patwardhan, “India: Democracy or Dictatorship?” directed by Sharat G. Lin, and “India: Of Myth and Reality”, directed and produced by SASA and NIC.
Flyer announcing the reproduction of the last three issues of “Liberation” by the Hindustani Ghadar Party. “Liberation” was circulated underground in India during the 1970s and advocated for armed revolutionary struggle led by the Community Party of India under the guidance of Charu Mazumdar.
"A Running Dog Under Sheep's Hide!"
Statement issued by the South Asian Students Association at the University of California at Berkeley on January 23, 1976 condemning the corruption and tyranny of “Third World” political leaders. The statement urges students to demand India’s expulsion from the U.N. along with Iran, the Philippines, and Chile.
Statement issued by the South Asian Students Association at the University of California at Berkeley in The Daily Californian on January 26, 1976 criticizing Indira Gandhi’s poverty reform programs and the lack of social and economic justice for peasants and poor laborers in India.
"Prisoners of Conscience" Brochure
Brochure for “Prisoners of Conscience,” a documentary by Anand Patwardhan about the unjust detention and ill treatment prisoners in India during the Emergency.
"South Asian Perspectives on Development" Conference Program
April 20, 1991 conference program for “South Asian Perspectives on Development” at the University of California at Berkeley. Topics discussed included “The Ecological Dimensions of Development”, “Women and Development”, “Development in a Global Perspective”, and “Challenges, Prospects, and Alternatives”.