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Logo for the Alliance of South Asian American Labor (ASAAL). Org founded in 2008.
It’s time to get BASS-ed!
The Bay Area Solidarity Summer (BASS) is a summer camp to develop leadership skills for 15-21 year old youth in the South Asian American community. BASS is a five-day four-night camp from August 2-6th in Berkeley where participants will learn about progressive issues, gain organizing skills, connect with South Asian activists and practice leadership.
Interested in applying? Visit www.solidaritysummer.org and apply by May 25th. We only have 25 spots available so the sooner you apply, the better your chances! And be sure to like us at www.facebook.com/BayAreaSolidaritySummer
Logo designed by Sabiha Basri of Design Action Collective circa 2012.
Image from Jakara Movement circa 2008.
Logo for bay area based organization Maitri.
Maitri was started in February, 1991, by a group of Indian women in response to the growing need in the South Asian community to have a place where women experiencing problems could call in for information, referrals to mainstream agencies, and informal peer counseling.[maitri]
Do not know who designed the image or from when it is.
Logo for Narika.
Narika was founded in 1992 to address the problem of domestic violence in the South Asian community. Embracing the notion of women’s empowerment, Narika set out to address the unmet needs of abused South Asian women by providing advocacy, support, information, and referrals within a culturally sensitive model. [narika]
Unknown artist, unknown date.
Logo for Sepia Mutiny, a brown blog founded in 2006. Image circa 2009.
Logo for Bay Area based South Asian food justice organization Thimmakka.
Unknown designer and unknown date of design.
It’s time to Be The Change! The above logo is from this year’s BTC campaign.
Each year, SAALT coordinates Be the Change (BTC), an annual national day of service to inspire and foster civic engagement and community building through volunteerism and community service. Thousands of participants across the country contribute numerous hours of community service in the spirit of Mahatma Gandhi’s famous quote, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.”
In 2010, nearly 3,500 volunteers participated in 15 cities and over 60 campuses!
This year, BTC falls on Saturday, October 1st. The 2011 theme is “Rising Up in Service.”
Check out SAALT’s BTC website for more information on how you can get involved.
Image circa 2011 and designed by Annie Mui.
Logo for the non-profit NYC, NY based SEVA. I think this image is super dope.
Image circa 2011.
The Kominas black and white logo from their 2009 tour.