The New India Bulletin (November 1945)
This copy of the India Welfare League, Inc. publication, The New India Bulletin, is part of the Senate Committee on Immigration's records regarding S. 236, a bill to permit all people from India residing in the United States to be naturalized. The front page includes a "Petition to the Congress of the United States...with reference to Senator Langer's Limited Bill SR 236."
The New India Bulletin (August-September 1945)
This copy of the India Welfare League, Inc. publication, The New India Bulletin, is part of the Senate Committee on Immigration's records regarding S. 236, a bill to permit all people from India residing in the United States to be naturalized. This edition of the Bulletin consists of the text of a speech given by Mubarek Ali Khan, League founder and president, on July 31, 1945 in New York City.
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.
A Message from the Hindu Temple
A booklet published by the San Francisco Vedanta Society in regards to the Hindu Temple of San Francisco and Vedanta. Contents include: 'What is Vedanta?', 'Some Questions on Vedanta', quotes from great thinkers and religious works, 'The Vedanta Society', and 'General Features of the Hindu Temple'.
SAMAR Magazine Issue #5 (Summer 1995)
The Summer 1995 issue of SAMAR (No. 5), subtitled “Black or White or What,” examines the intersection of racial politics and the South Asian Community. The issue includes contributions from Arvind Rajagopal, Karen Leonard, Khurram Hassan, Somini Sengupta, Nirmal Selvamony, S.
SAMAR Magazine Issue #11 (Spring/Summer 1999)
The Spring/Summer 1999 issue of SAMAR (No. 11), subtitled “Organizing Women: Taking Stock, Moving On,” examines the lives and rights of South Asian Women in North America. The issue includes contributions from Shamita Das Dasgupta, Amisha Patel, Barbara Foley, Bakirati Mani, Naresh Fernandes, Paul Greenough, Srimati Basu, Maya Sharma, and Aparajita Sagar.