In January 2003, 150 diverse South Asians from the San Francisco Bay Area came together to discuss issues like domestic violence, art and activism, labor rights, queer visibility, communal violence, people's movements in South Asia, organizing in the South Bay, and anti-war civil disobedience strategies.
Join us at our second annual SAPC conference on May 23, 2004, as we keep working to build a strong, vibrant, South Asian progressive community.
The SAPC conference is:
- a place to learn about the diverse South Asian progressive community
- a forum to network with other people and organizations
- open to all discussion topics -- come talk about the issues that move you
- only $10, including lunch (nobody turned away for lack of funds)
Come to speak, listen, and participate! We will be using a flexible form of facilitation where most of the agenda for the gathering will be created by those who come that day, so consider what you would like to discuss on the theme above, and bring your passion, ideas, and engagement. You will leave the day with a better understanding of each other's work, new ideas about how to collaborate with one other, and action items to make this happen!
Questions? Email us.