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South Asian Women's Creative Collective: www.sawcc.org

South Asian Solidarity Initiative: www.southasiainitiative.org
Based the United States, in solidarity with progressive social movements and democratic politics in South Asia. SASI believes in the shared history and common struggles of South Asia and seeks to break from the confines of nation-states to carry forward an alternative vision for South Asia and its peoples.

Chhaya: www.chhayacdc.org
Creates more stable and sustainable communities by increasing civic participation and addressing the housing and community development needs of New York’s South Asians, new immigrants and their neighbors.

The Audre Lorde Project
: www.alp.org
NYC community organizing center for lesbian, gay, bisexual, two-spirit and transgender people of color, working for community wellness and progressive social and economic justice
ALP Working Group on Immigrants Rights: www.alp.org/organizing/ir.php

DRUM (Desis Rising Up and Moving): www.drumnation.org
A community based social justice organization of low-income South Asian immigrants and immigrants facing deportation in New York City

Families for Freedom: www.familiesforfreedom.org
Organizing and supporting immigrants facing deportation

New York Immigration Coalition: www.thenyic.org
An umbrella policy and advocacy organization for approximately 190 groups in New York State that work with immigrants and refugees

South Asian Network: www.southasiannetwork.org
Southern California organization working to increasing awareness, active involvement and advocacy among South Asians, to create an informed and empowered community; providing health, language, immigration and other services

South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT): www.saalt.org
National, non-profit organization dedicated to fostering the full and equal participation of South Asians in the civic and political life of the United States through policy advocacy, community mobilization, leadership development, and partnerships.

Samar Magazine: www.samarmagazine.org