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"From Displacement to Internment"
A report from the South Asian Network which describes a pattern of human rights violations caused by U.S. laws, regulations, and policies, experienced by South Asians who live in Southern California. The stories told in the 38 page report reflect the rights violations of the rights to physical and mental integrity, health care and social services, family unity, fair conditions of employment, the right to organize, to receive education, equal protection and treatment before the law, effective remedies, and the right not to be arbitrarily arrested.
Civic Engagement, Community Organizations & Organizing
Creator: South Asian Network
Contributor: Hamid Khan
Location: 18173 Pioneer Boulevard, Suite I, Artesia, CA
Collection: South Asian Network Records
Donor: Hamid Khan
Item History: 2016-02-12 (created); 2016-06-03 (modified)
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