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Broken People: Caste Violence Against India's "Untouchables,"
Human Rights Watch Report, April 14, 1999
The Growing Role of the Diaspora
How can Indians Abroad Maintain India's Secular Fabric
May 10, 2003

Remarks by internationally renowned HARSH MANDER, Country Director - Action Aid

Additional Remarks: Smita Narula Of Human Rights Watch and author of
"Broken People"

May 10th, Saturday (Suggested donation $5)

Social Hour 5:30 - 6:00pm;
Presentation: 6:00 - 8:00 pm

Washington Square Methodist Church, 135 West 4th Street
(between 6th Avenue and McDougal Street)

Harsh Mander is one of the best-known champions of human rights, social justice and communal harmony. He is currently India country-director of UK based NGO Action Aid. Harsh resigned from his IAS job in protest against the Gujarat massacre and is currently on a short speaking tour of the US.

Check out his groundbreaking essay "CRY, THE BELOVED COUNTRY -Reflections on the Gujarat massacre"

For more information contact Shaik Ubaid,

Sponsored By: (List in Formation)

AFMI (American Federation of Muslims from India);
Breakthrough: Building Human Rights Culture;
FOIL (Federation of Indian Leftists);
IMC(Indian Muslim Council);
INSAF (International South Asian Forum);
NRI-SAHI(NRIs for Secular And Harmonious India),
TOUCH (The Organization For Universal Communal Harmony)