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.
The Taqwacore Webzine was created and written by members of the taqwacore movement, a sub-genre of punk music. The term taqwacore is a portmanteau of hardcore and the Arabic word 'Taqwa' meaning 'God Conciousness'.
Hari Trivedi For Governor
The official website of Hari Trivedi For Governor in the 2012 Wisconsin recall election. In 2011, newly elected Republican Governor Scott Walker and the Republican-led Wisconsin State Senate effectively ended collective bargaining rights for public employees in the state, sparking unprecedented protests in Madison and a successful effort to force a recall election.
Trikone Tejas Website
Trikone Tejas was a "progressive coalition of queer and straight" people of pan-Asian heritage based in Austin, TX. The Trikone Tejas site was accessible at http://www.main.org/trikonetejas/ and was last updated in December 2002. The site included event descriptions, resources, coming out stories and a guestbook.
Khuli Zaban Website
Khuli Zaban, a South Asian Queer women's group, was founded by Leema Khan and Neena Hemmady in Chicago, IL. The group held its first meeting in October 1995. The organization recently reactivated and will launch a new website shortly.
37 Arrested At #CountMeIn Sit-In On Park Avenue
In 2018, unions protested a key figure in the National Football League (Stephen Ross) who had allowed nonunion work at a major construction project in New York. Thirty-seven people were arrested. Tafadar Sourev is pictured in the protest called #CountMeIn.