More Ways to Get Involved

Ways to Get Involved with SAALT

Connect with Us
Sign-up to receive SAALT emails, and fol­low us on Face­book and Twit­ter to receive time­ly updates on our activ­i­ties and calls to action.

Help us #TrackHate
SAALT, along, with our allies have been track­ing hate vio­lence against South Asian, Sikh, Mus­lim, and Arab com­mu­ni­ties in the Unit­ed States since Novem­ber 2015.  We are encour­ag­ing indi­vid­u­als to report any acts of hate against our com­mu­ni­ties on our live data­base.

Educate Yourself
SAALT is engaged in nation­al lev­el pol­i­cy advo­ca­cy focused on hate vio­lence, immi­gra­tion, and civ­il rights and lib­er­ties. Explore SAALT’s resources to edu­cate your­self on the poli­cies that impact South Asians in the Unit­ed States.

Become a Social Media Ambassador for SAALT
Words and state­ments mat­ter. Become a Social Media Ambas­sador for SAALT by help­ing us ampli­fy our col­lec­tive voice through shar­ing social media posts on Face­book and Twit­ter and par­tic­i­pat­ing in online cam­paigns. We will peri­od­i­cal­ly send you sam­ple posts and tweets to send out to your net­works.  Cur­rent­ly we use #Track­Hate to iden­ti­fy acts of hate against our com­mu­ni­ties and to push our fol­low­ers to report these cas­es on our live data­base. E‑mail

Learn More about our NCSO Partners
South Asian com­mu­ni­ties in the Unit­ed States have a range of needs and con­cerns.  The Nation­al Coali­tion of South Asian Orga­ni­za­tions (NCSO) is made up of over 50 non­prof­its, col­lec­tives, and vol­un­teer groups in dif­fer­ent regions of the coun­try com­mit­ted to social change. These orga­ni­za­tions are work­ing on the ground to assist South Asians Amer­i­cans who are con­front­ed with a num­ber of bar­ri­ers.   If inter­est­ed in con­nect­ing with a NCSO part­ner in your region con­tact

Attend or Volunteer at our Biennial National South Asian Summit
The Nation­al South Asian Sum­mit is host­ed by SAALT every two years in Wash­ing­ton, DC.  The next sum­mit will take place in April of 2017 and will be its 10th anniver­sary.  The Sum­mit is an oppor­tu­ni­ty for orga­ni­za­tion­al lead­ers and com­mu­ni­ty mem­bers to: engage with pol­i­cy­mak­ers and gov­ern­ment agen­cies; participate in a learn­ing envi­ron­ment; discuss emerg­ing issues in South Asian Amer­i­can com­mu­ni­ties and coun­try as a whole; and, strategize to achieve best prac­tices, dis­cuss col­lec­tive solu­tions, and agree to com­mon prin­ci­ples using a pro­gres­sive, social jus­tice frame­work.  E‑mail

Become a Student Intern
SAALT’s intern­ships enable stu­dents to work on numer­ous issues affect­ing South Asian Amer­i­can com­mu­ni­ties includ­ing immi­gra­tion, civ­il rights and civ­il lib­er­ties, hate vio­lence, and racial jus­tice. We encour­age appli­ca­tions from under­grad­u­ate, grad­u­ate, and law stu­dents who are self-moti­vat­ed and com­mit­ted to work­ing toward social change in their com­mu­ni­ties. E‑mail

Take on an Independent Project to Support SAALT’s Work
Uti­lize your unique skills and tal­ents to advance SAALT’s work. Projects could include con­duct­ing a lim­it­ed amount of research, help­ing us improve our data­base, writ­ing an op-ed, con­tribut­ing blog posts, and more. E‑mail

Support SAALT through Financial or In-Kind Donations
Sup­port SAALT’s efforts around issues that impact South Asians in the Unit­ed States through a tax deductible dona­tion. Every dol­lar you give will direct­ly sup­port SAALT’s work on issues that mat­ter to our com­mu­ni­ties, such as immi­gra­tion, civ­il rights and civ­il lib­er­ties, hate vio­lence, and racial jus­tice. Donate Now. E‑mail