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On the Erasure of Violence and the Violence of Erasure

I have just characterized the killing of our lifetime’s Public Enemy Number 1, as an act of violence. The association is disconcerting. It does not readily compute. But what else does one call an act that requires the raiding of a home, and the shooting of an unarmed man, and others, until they are dead?

Out and Out Radical

New Directions for Progressive Organizing

Seeing the Disappeared

Two visual artists seek out new ways of engaging with the post-9/11 disappearances in the US

From a Musharraf policy to a Pakistan policy

As Americans vote for a new presidential candidate, there is hope that Biden's proposal may have some impact in influencing a new foreign policy pact and partnership with Pakistan.

The Barriers We Create

Obstacles to Sexual and Reproductive Health in South Asian Communities

Wake-Up Call: South Asians Stand in Solidarity with Hotel Workers

Young South Asians protest outside of a Los Angeles hotel when the South Asian Students Association refused to move their conference and dismissed calls for solidarity with boycotting hotel workers advocating for equitable working conditions.

Mississippi Mutiny Challenges Anti-Trafficking Law

South Asian migrant shipyard workers who were promised Green Cards protest against miserable working and living conditions in Mississippi. The case challenges policies towards and perceptions of victims of human trafficking.

Youth On the Move

A Conversation with Organizers from South Asian Youth Action (SAYA), Desis Rising Up & Moving (DRUM), and Youth Solidarity Summer (YSS)

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