India's Revolution: Its Challenge and Meaning
Booklet titled India's Revolution: Its Challenge and Meaning by Lillian Symes, published by the U.S. Socialist Party. The booklet contains an advertisement for The Call, the official weekly newspaper for the Socialist Party.
India AIDS Action Handout
Handout from India AIDS Action regarding the AIDS public health crisis in India. Handout argues what is needed to combat AIDS regarding the following topics: public health, economics, human rights, and non-resident Indians with AIDS.
Letter from Gobind Behari Lal to Editor of The March of India
Letter from Gobind Behari Lal to the editor of The March of India contesting a statement made by Khushwant Singh in an article published in the January-February issue which accused Ram Chandra, President of the Ghadar Party 1914-1917, of being a "British spy." Ram Chandra was shot and killed by a member of a rival faction of the Ghadar Party during the Hindu-German Conspiracy Trial (1917).
Photograph from DRUM's First Public Action
Photograph from DRUM's first ever public action on April 2, 2000 in Jackson Heights, Queens. The event was part of the '41 Days of Action', organized in response to the acquittals of four police officers who shot and killed Amadou Diallo, a 22-year-old immigrant from Guinea.
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’.
"What U.S. Citizenship Means To India"
An abridged version of a speech given by Aftab Ali on May 18, 1944 at an Indian Association for American Citizenship dinner. Aftab Ali was President of the Indian Seamen’s Union. Ali mentioned that while Indians risk their lives fighting against Germany and Japan, a dozen Indian seamen were detained at Ellis Island.