Freedom Fighter, 91, Dies
Newspaper clipping from the December 25, 1981 edition of India Abroad. The article, titled "Freedom Fighter, 91, Dies," provides an obituary for Mahesh Chandra Bansal.
Relevance of Gandhi
Newsclipping from the October 2, 1981 issue of India Abroad, featuring an editorial titled “Relevance of Gandhi,” by Dr. Manmohan Mehra.
India Abroad article, dated August 9, 1990, written by Ajit Jain, describes how Dr. R. Balakrishnan and H. Ram are coordinating demonstrations to bring attention to the worsening AIDS health crisis in India. Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention and India AIDS Action planned a demonstration on August 13 outside Indian Consulate in Toronto, CA.
"Protests on India's AIDS Policy" / "AIDS Bill Is Called Repressive"
Two news articles from clipping from India Abroad dated August 23, 1991. ‘Protests’, written by Brinda Chugani, summarizes the coordinated multi-city protest on August 13, 1991. Demonstrators wanted to bring attention to AIDS policies of India. ‘AIDS Bill’ was written by K.S. Nayar and summarizes how the Indian government is taking action regarding AIDS and why its actions are ‘repressive’.
"Hindu Temple, Livermore"
An excerpt from the June 15, 1984 issue of India Abroad announcing the start of construction on a new Hindu temple in Livermore, CA. The report includes a construction timeline, a map, and a list of planned religious and cultural programs. The project is sponsored by the Hindu Community and Cultural Center, Inc.
"2 Beat Musician in Racial Attack"
Article from a June 1984 issue of India Abroad entitled "2 Beat Musician in Racial Attack." The article describes a racist attack by two white men in East Cambridge, MA, who were charged with assaulting Shashi Nayak, owner of the Academy of Indian Music in nearby Somerville.
S. Asian Groups Find Common Ground at Conference
Newspaper clipping from India Abroad by Monika Joshi entitled "S. Asian Groups Find Common Ground at Conference" and dated May 25, 2001. Discusses a May 12, 2001 conference at New York University called "Desis Organizing 2001", in which approximately 30 South Asian organizations (including SALGA, Sakhi, and SAAAC) participated.
S. Asians Join Immigrant Amnesty March
Online article from India Abroad by Suman Guha Mozumder entitled "S. Asians Join Immigrant Amnesty March" and dated October 20, 2000. Reports on an October 14, 2000 rally in New York in favor of amnesty for undocumented immigrants, attended by approximately 30 groups under the umbrella of the South Asian Action and Advocacy Collective.
Attorneys Discuss Role in Public Interest Law
Online article from India Abroad entitled "Attorneys Discuss Role in Public Interest Law" and dated April 30, 1999. Reports on a March 20, 1999 panel of South Asian American attorneys in Philadelphia, sponsored by the Network of Indian Professionals and the South Asian Action and Advocacy Collective.
Activists Blame US, IMF for Illegal Immigrant Labor's Plight
Online article from India Abroad entitled "Activists Blame US, IMF for Illegal Immigrant Labor's Plight" and dated May 3, 2001. Discusses a march in New York organized by the South Asian Action and Advocacy Collective which ended in front of the International Monetary Fund building.