The National South Asian Summit 2017 will take place on April 21-24 in Washington, D.C. Join us as we stand United For Action.
SAALT’s Community guide on hate crimes provides information on identifying and reporting hate violence as well as resources for legal and mental health support.
August 15th 2016, is the 4 year anniversary of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Given the disappointing ruling from the Supreme Court this past June, be sure you are up to date with the current status of immigration policy.
The first comprehensive report documenting hate violence and xenophobic political rhetoric aimed at South Asian, Muslim, Arab, Sikh, Hindu, and Middle Eastern Americans during the 2016 election cycle. This new report examines the dramatic demographic growth of South Asians across the United States, particularly in the South, and reveals how increases in population are met with increases in intolerance during the most divisive Presidential election in modern American history.
SAALT and our allies are tracking hate crimes committed against South Asian, Sikh, Muslim and Arab communities.
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South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT), a national civil rights and racial justice organization, condemns this weekend’s ...
Prepared for SAALT by Radha Modi