Category Archives: AWAZ

Healthy Me, Healthy Family Workshop! Sunday!

Filed under AWAZ, Past Events

SAN’s AWAZ Voices Against Violence unit is holding a workshop this weekend with the Khalsa Care Foundation!

Date: Sunday, March 27, 2010
Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Address: 9989 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Pacoima, CA 91331

Healthy Me, Healthy Family Workshop

Winter 2011 Newsletter!

Filed under AWAZ, CHAI, Civil Rights Unit, Media and Photos

Check out our SAN Winter 2011 Newsletter featuring recent SAN programs, activities and cases!

SAN Releases New Human Rights Report

Filed under AWAZ, CHAI, Civil Rights Unit, Media and Photos, Press Releases

SAN – Human Rights Report

(Artesia, CA) On Friday, November 19, 2010, at 10 am, South Asian community members gathered to hear numerous community stories presented at South Asian Network’s instrumental launch of our new report, “From Displacement to Internment,” in the heart of Los Angeles’ “Little India.” SAN held the press conference to share the pattern of human rights violations experienced by South Asians in Southern California over the last 20 years.

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Watch the PSA!

Filed under AWAZ, Media and Photos

Watch AWAZ’s new PSA, “Bedtime Stories,” here!

Directed by: Filmmaker Amyn Kaderali

Featuring: Kavi Ladnier, Leela Ladnier, Anjul Nigam and Samad Kamran

Produced by: AWAZ Voices Against Violence

With Support from: The California Endowement

The 60-second PSA focuses on preventing violence in South Asian families, especially families with children. It shows an everyday South Asian family reading the wrong kind of fairytale – –a fairytale with violence –- to their children.

New PSA Breaks Cycle

Filed under AWAZ, Media and Photos, Press Releases

(Artesia, CA) On August 4th, 2010, AWAZ –  launched its second Public Service Announcement (PSA). The

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AWAZ in LA Times

Filed under AWAZ, Media and Photos

Indian immigrant Rumi Jaggi said she didn’t report the abuse in part because of cultural expectations that she would stay married. R.M. said she didn’t leave her husband because she spoke only Mandarin and relied

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