National south asian summit 2013
in pursuit of justice
April 19-22, 2013 | Washington, DC
Registration is now closed for the National South Asian Summit 2013!
Walk-in registration is $125, cash or check.
Registration for the general public is available online. Early bird registration is $75 through March 22–after March 22, registration is $125–and payment can be made by credit card at time of registration. If you are an NCSO member, invited speaker, or a Washington College of Law member, please see below:
- $75 early bird registration through March 22
- $125 general registration after March 22: Register now!
- If you are a member of an NCSO organization or an invited speaker, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for registration information (Do not use the general public registration link)
Washington College of Law members
- If you are a Washington College of Law student, faculty member, or alum, please register here (Do not use the general public registration link)
If you require a printed registration form or to pay by check, please contact us at email@example.com.
- Conference materials
- Changemakers Reception on Friday, April 19 (Dinner)
- Summit on Saturday, April 20 (Breakfast and Lunch)
- Summit on Sunday, April 21 (Breakfast and Lunch)
- Advocacy Day on Monday, April 22 (Lunch)
Conference registration does not include travel, hotel accommodations, or extra meals. We have rooms blocked at the Quincy Suites for a discounted rate of $159.99-$179.99 plus taxes and fees. Please call 202-833-8639 Ext. 7050 and mention booking ID 2288 or South Asian Americans Leading Together to make your reservation by April 2.
True Reformer Building
1200 U Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20009
The Changemakers Awards recognizes individuals, programs, and organizations that have made a significant impact on social justice in the South Asian community in the US. Nominations are open.
Summit 2013 offers sessions, panels, workshops, seminars, and other opportunities to learn about issues affecting South Asians in the US; develop tools and strategies for social change; evolve leadership skill sets; explore organizational capacity building issues and solutions; and hone advocacy skills
Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill
U.S. Capitol Visitors Center
Washington, DC 20510
Attend an issue briefing at the Capitol and hear community voices share experiences and calls to action around topics like immigration, hate crimes, racial profiling, and bias-based bullying. Delegations will then meet with Congressional offices to advocate around an issue.
*Event times subject to change
The National South Asian Summit 2013 is hosted by South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT) and the South Asian Law Student Association (SALSA) at American University Washington College of Law as part of the Founder’s Day Celebration.