Post 9–11 Backlash

Like many oth­er com­mu­ni­ties, South Asians have long expe­ri­enced xeno­pho­bic rhetoric, bias, and vio­lence. Many of those who first immi­grat­ed to the Unit­ed States were sub­ject­ to anti-immi­­­grant rhetoric and dri­ven out of towns where they set­tled. After 1965, South … Con­tin­ue read­ing

Resources and Fact Sheets

Resources: UPDATED Demo­graph­ic Snap­shot of South Asians in the Unit­ed States (2019) Com­mu­ni­ty Guide to Advo­ca­cy for Legal Immi­gra­tion Reform (2018) Com­mu­ni­ty Guide on H‑4 EAD Rescis­sion (2018) Com­mu­ni­ty Guide on South Asian Pover­ty and Pub­lic Charge (2018) Fact Sheet … Con­tin­ue read­ing


Reports | Tes­ti­mo­ny & Pol­i­cy Rec­om­men­da­tions | Fact­sheets & Brochures | Train­ings & Webi­na­rs | Mul­ti­me­dia Projects Reports SAALT’s work relat­ed to the after­math of 9/11 focused on doc­u­ment­ing the lived expe­ri­ences of com­mu­ni­ty mem­bers, pro­vid­ing rec­om­men­da­tions for struc­tur­al and pol­i­cy … Con­tin­ue read­ing

Racial Justice

SAALT’s approach to jus­tice, in all forms, demands that the roots of the U.S. nation-state are iden­ti­fied in and traced back to the geno­cide of Native Amer­i­cans and oth­er Indige­nous peo­ple, and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. We assert that no … Con­tin­ue read­ing