SAAPRI SUPPORTS ASIAN AMERICAN YOUTH-LED INITIATIVE FOR BLACK LIVES In light of the continuing police violence against Black folks in the United States, Asian American youth across the country spearheaded an initiative to write an open letter to families and communities about why Black lives should matter to us, too. Youth also translated the letter […]
INACTION BY COURTS, CONGRESS TO PROTECT IMMIGRANT FAMILIES MUST BE COUNTERED WITH COMMUNITY ACTIVISM AND ELECTORAL ENGAGEMENT Chicago, IL – As a result of a deadlocked U.S. Supreme Court, vital immigration relief for millions of immigrant families remains blocked underscoring the need for unrelenting community activism and electoral engagement. United States v. Texas is a […]
South Asian American Policy and Research Institute (SAAPRI) is deeply saddened by the attack on at least 50 innocent queer and transgender victims of color at Pulse, an Orlando nightclub. SAAPRI joins the nation in mourning the senseless loss of lives and the unimaginable pain caused by this incident. As we stand in solidarity with […]
As part of Purdue University Asian American and Asian Resource and Cultural Center’s Spring 2016 Lecture Series, SAAPRI executive director Reema Kapur discussed the development of the South Asian American identity, undocumented South Asian immigrants, and hate crimes against South Asian retail workers in the Midwest. Click here for Purdue University’s announcement of the lecture.