"Aims to promote discourse on Asia/Pacific America defying traditional boundaries.The Institute works to dispel socio-cultural and political misconceptions, provide cultural and scholarly connections, lead collections building, and encourage innovative research and interdisciplinary exploration."
"Founded in 1988 by a group of university teachers interested in the Caribbean. Its main purpose was to bring into contact all those who worked or were interested in the area of the Caribbean, but who were scattered in different institutions and disciplines."
DRUM was founded in 2000 to build the power of South Asian low wage immigrant workers, youth, and families in New York City to win economic and educational justice, and civil and immigrant rights. Resources include research reports, documentaries, and organizing materials.
Federation of Indian American Christian Organizations (FIACONA) is a coalition of protestant, catholic, pentecostal and independent church organizations of Indian Americans across the United States and Canada.
Founded in 1985, Manavi was the first organization in the United States to specifically address the unmet needs of South Asian women affected by violence. Manavi’s objective is to reach out to these women and be an essential resource for them during their time of crisis.
South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT) is a national, nonpartisan, non-profit organization that fights for racial justice and advocates for the civil rights of all South Asians in the United States. Our ultimate vision is dignity and full inclusion for all.
See the Coalition for regional South Asian organizing groups.
South Asian Network was founded in 1990 to provide an open forum for people of South Asian origin to gather and discuss social, economic, and political issues affecting the community, with the goal of raising awareness, engagement and advocacy among community members leading to an empowered and active community.
"Serves to promote awareness, tolerance, acceptance, empowerment and safe spaces for sexual minorities and people of all gender identities, who trace their heritage to South Asia or who identify as South Asian."
Established in 1999, the ICC is a non-profit educational organization recognized by the Government of Trinidad and Tobago. Aims to build bridges between Hindus/Indians and other ethnic groups in the cosmopolitan Caribbean.
Aims to "provide UK's South Indian, especially Tamil, diaspora regular opportunities to stay connected with their roots" via education on South Indian Vedic culture, Tamil and Sanskrit languages, scriptures, and literature.