Flyer for Essay Competition on India's Freedom Movement
Flyer from 1992 for an essay competition on India’s Freedom Movement in celebration of 45th anniversary of India’s independence. Essay categories included “The role of the Gadar Party in India’s freedom struggle” and “Bhagat Singh and his times.”
Flyer for Gadar Memorial Center Essay Competition
Photocopy of a 1992 flyer for an essay competition on India’s Freedom Movement in celebration of 45th anniversary of India’s independence. Essay categories included “The role of the Gadar Party in India’s freedom struggle” and “Bhagat Singh and his times.”
Flyer for Lecture by Abhay Mehta
Flyer for University of California, Berkeley lecture titled “Economic Liberalization - What They Said - What They Did: The Enron Example” by Abhay Mehta. Abhay Mehta authored Power Play, a book about the Enron power project in Maharashtra. In 1994 Mehta filed a lawsuit with CITU (Center for Indian Trade Unions) after the BJP-Shiv Sena state government revived the Enron project.
"Drought Relief Appeal"
Email dated April 28, 2000 by Maharaj K. Kaul urging coworkers at General Electric to donate to the California-based India Relief and Education Fund (IREF) to help provide drought relief for the worst drought in India for over 100 years.
"Pakistan's Kargil Invasion" Film Screening
Invitation issued by the India Relief and Education Fund (IREF) to a forum on the Pakistani invasion of Kargil, including a screening of “The Kashmir Story” (1995) by Gopal Sharman and Jalabala Vaidya, at the Indo-American Community Center in Santa Clara, CA, August 21, 1999.
"Memories Of Fear" Flyer
Flyer advertising film screening of “Memories of Fear” directed by Madhusree Dutta, a film exploring how the socialization of female children makes them vulnerable to domestic violence later in life, October 9, 1998 at the University of California, Berkeley.
"Appeal for Money from Mahasweta Devi"
Email dated August 18, 1998 by Maharaj K. Kaul titled “Appeal for Money from Mahasweta Devi”, urging coworkers at General Electric to donate to the India Relief and Education Fund (IREF) to raise funds for the legal defense of tribal and other marginalized groups in India.
India Relief and Education Fund Appeal
Appeal dated August 1, 1998 urging members to donate to help provide relief for the worst cyclone to hit Gujarat in over 25 years. The cyclone killed 1,100 people and injured over 2,000. At the time of writing, 1,700 people were missing. About 2,000 of the dead and missing were migrant workers employed in the salt mining industry living in shanty towns near the port city of Kandla.
"India: Democracy Or Dictatorship?"
Teleprompts for “India: Democracy or Dictatorship?”, a CCIS television program which aired on November 23, 1976. Featured on the program was Dharam Paul, student of Indian Affairs at the University of California, Berkeley. Paul spoke about trends underlying the resistance to Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s poverty reform programs.