South Asian Forum
The South Asian Forum was a website was built by several community organizers, which aimed to provide a history of South Asian American political struggle as well as provide a directory for organizers. As the website itself explains, "The South Asian Forum aims to tell the story of South Asians through the lens of its organizations and organizing work.
Interview with Naren Bakshi
Interview with Naren Bakshi conducted by Jacqueline Ruiz, the founder and director of the Asian Indian Heritage Project.
DRUM Beat (Winter 2006)
The Winter 2006 issue of Drumbeat (Vol. 3, No. 1), the official organ of the New York-based DRUM (Desis Rising Up & Moving) organization. Articles from the issue focus on issues of immigrant rights, as well as drawing connections between movements in Palestine and along the US-Mexico border.
Desis Rising Up & Moving (DRUM) flyer from 2000 with the slogan: "Making Change in the South Asian Neighborhood." DRUM is a multi-generational, membership led organization of low-wage South Asian immigrant workers and youth in New York City. This is DRUM's first flyer.
DRUM INS De-Detention Campaign
Flyer describing the mission statement and projects of DRUM (Desis Rising Up and Moving), which seeks to organize and support low-income South Asians immigrant communities. The flyer describes projects that support the ‘INS De-detention Campaign’.