India Forum (April 1977)
Published in April 1977 out of Oakland, California, the fourth issue of India Forum included several articles: "Gandhi's Spies in U.S.A.," "Elections in India and Pakistan," "Women India," and "Harijans Moving Left."
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.
"Political Prisoners in Sri Lanka"
Pamphlet distributed by the Berkeley South Asia Students Association titled “Political Prisoners in Sri Lanka”. The pamphlet details the background of political prisoners in Sri Lanka, and the Criminal Justice Commission Act, No. 14 of 1972.
"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.
"Waves of Revolution" Flyer
Handwritten flyer distributed by Berkeley IRO publicizing a film screening for an “underground documentary film.” The flyer also states that Dharam Paul of the New India Coalition at Berkeley will be speaking.
"Political Prisoners In Pakistan"
Pamphlet distributed by the Berkeley South Asia Students Association titled "Political Prisoners in Pakistan." The pamphlet traces the history of political happenings in Pakistan beginning with the British leaving the Indian subcontinent, and goes on to describe "maltreatment of civilians by the government [of Pakistan]."
Political Prisoners in India
Pamphlet distributed by the South Asian Students’ Association at the University of California at Berkeley titled “Political Prisoners in India.” The pamphlet includes text from an Amnesty International report on detention conditions in West Bengal circa 1974.
"Political Prisoners in Bangladesh"
Pamphlet distributed by the South Asian Students’ Association at the University of California at Berkeley titled “Political Prisoners in Bangladesh.” The pamphlet takes a critical view of the Awami League and decries the inhumane conditions and torture to which political prisoners were subjected post-Independence.