SAMAR Magazine Issue #15 (Summer/Fall 2002)
Issue 15 of SAMAR, published for Summer/Fall 2002, opens with an editorial that reflects on the effects of post-9/11 homeland security policies, and contains a special forum section titled "Dogmas of War." Included in the issue are essays, photography, fiction, and poetry by various contributors, and a fictionalized testimonial by members of South Asians Against Police Brutality and Racism
Color Me Queer on the Pier
Flyer advertising "Color Me Queer On the Pier," the 6th Annual Queer People of Color Pride Dance. held on June 23, 2001. The event was organized by the South Asian Lesbian and Gay Association and the Audre Lorde Project.
Flyer advertising "Heera Mandi: A Night of Music & Masti" on February 3, 2001. The event was organized by the South Asian Lesbian and Gay Association, and featured performances by DJ Rekha and Desi Drag Divas.
Take A Stand Against Homophobia, Sexism, And Class Bias
Flyer for a press conference/community education panel addressing the Federation of Indian Association's refusal to allow the South Asian Lesbian and Gay Association (SALGA) to participate in the 1997 India Day Parade. The event was held at the Brecht forum, and followed by an a protest organized by SALGA and the South Asian Progressive task force.
SAMAR Magazine Issue #13 (Winter/Spring 2001)
The Winter/Spring 2001 issue of SAMAR (No. 13), entitled "Come, Africa" included several articles that highlighted the relationship between the Indian subcontinent and Africa continent, from comparative essays to features on the South Asian diaspora in Africa. The issue also includes an interview with Mahmood Mamdani by Nauman Naqvi and Chandana Mathur.
Organizing Committee Outreach
Javaid Tariq, [?] Ahmed, Luis Molina, Chidbre Kamalu and Biju Mathew, the NYTWA Organizing Committee doing group outreach.
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.
Photograph of DRUM Action
Photograph of a community march and mela for immigrant rights, and against Special Registrations, detention, and deportations. Members of Nodutdo for Korean Community Development, CAAAV, and other allied organizations marched alongside DRUM in the action.
DRUM Newz (Volume 1, Issue 1)
DRUM (Desis Rising Up and Moving) newsletter published July 2001. Articles include ‘Race Riots in Britain’, ‘When Rich Bhatia Exploits, Domestic Workers Organize’, and other various articles concerning South Asian news.