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Join us November 9th for a Poetry Reading at Interference Archive!

Join us November 9th for a Poetry Reading at Interference Archive!

November 2, 2017

Join Sakhi for a poetry reading on 11/9 at Interference Archive, in their new space! Interference Archive is an open stacks archival collection of social...

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Thank You for Attending Sakhi Presents “Domestic Violence: Intersections, Awareness, & Creating Communities of Care”

Thank You for Attending Sakhi Presents “Domestic Violence: Intersections, Awareness, & Creating Communities of Care”

October 2, 2017

*UPDATE* Big thanks to our awesome moderator Joya Dass & panelists Sharmin Hossain of Planned Parenthood, Stephanie Nilva of Day One, & Maria...

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Sakhi Call for Poets & Writers – DEADLINE EXTENDED!

Sakhi Call for Poets & Writers – DEADLINE EXTENDED!

October 2, 2017

Sakhi for South Asian Women is excited to announce our call for poets and writers for an upcoming reading in collaboration with Interference Archive in...

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