Covered California in Translation
By Chris Richard
Understanding the Affordable Care Act can be a challenge for health-policy experts, let alone for the thousands of Californians seeking to sign up for health insurance.
Imagine trying to decipher the process if your only language were Singhalese. more »
By Sunita Sohrabji, Staff Reporter (India West)
Oct 17, 2013 more »
SAN is proud to be partnering with Covered CA to help ensure coverage of South Asians in Southern California in Obamacare. Our outreach, education and enrollment work was just highlighted in today’s LA Times. more »
SAN is proud to be partnering with Covered CA to help ensure coverage of South Asians in Southern California in Obamacare. Our outreach, education and enrollment work was highlighted in Oct 2, 2013 LA Times.
Nina Sharmin, left, informs Taher Majumder about Covered California at Deshi Restaurant in L.A.’s Little Bangladesh neighborhood. (Cheryl A. Guerrero, Los Angeles Times / September 24, 2013)
Team takes healthcare plan to ethnic areas
Outreach workers go through ethnic neighborhoods, explaining Obamacare in Hindi, Urdu, Bangla, Punjabi and Gujarati
October 1, 2013, 10:59 p.m.
“Do you have a green card? Have you been to the doctor lately?” she asks in her native Bangla. more »
On Sunday, September 8, 2013, South Asian Network (SAN) held an Open House for the South Asian American community of Southern California at its Artesia office. The Open House proved to be a major success for SAN. Among the highlights of SAN’s recent work are its citizenship clinics and its Covered California work, helping community members obtain health insurance through Obamacare. All services are provided free of charge. more »
As the 12th anniversary of 9/11 draws closer, South Asian Network and API-Equality, Los Angeles join together to take a look at escalating Islamophobia across the nation.
This week we commemorate the one year anniversary of the hate violence that gripped the community of Oak Creek, Wisconsin, when a gunman stormed into the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin on the morning of August 5, 2012. Our hearts are with the families and loved ones of Paramjit Kaur, Prakash Singh, Ranjit Singh, Satwant Singh Kaleka, Sita Singh and Suveg Singh who lost their lives in the massacre. As we reflect on this day one year later, it is important to place the Oak Creek tragedy in a broader history and context of racial and religious injustice in our country. To help us understand, reflect and move forward, SAALT is featuring a blog series featuring a range of diverse voices. more »