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Photo Reference: The New Yorker

The Coalition to Prevent Genocide in India (CSGI) is a broad coalition* of Indian American and US based civil rights organizations and activists that have pledged to join hands with allies in the US and around the world that are committed to justice and accountability in order to safeguard India’s pluralist ethos from the forces of hate and bigotry.

Coalition Partners

The Coalition to Stop Genocide in India includes dozens of organizations, including Indian American Muslim Council (IAMC), Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC), Coalition Against Fascism in India (CAFI), Boston Coalition, Organization for Minorities in India (OFMI), South Asia Solidarity Initiative (SASI), Ambedkar Association of North America (AANA), Ambedkar King Study Circle (AKSC), Council for Minority Rights in India (CMRI), India American Center for Social Justice (IACSJ), North American Indian Muslim Association (NAIMA), Ambedkar International Mission (AIM), Coalition of Seattle Indian Americans, Guru Ravidas Sabha, Periyar International USA, Ambedkar International Mission Society, Canada, Students Against Hindutva Ideology (SAHI), Hindus for Human Rights (HfHR), International Soceity for Peace and Justice, India Civil Watch International, Free GN Saibaba Coalition and Alliance for Secular and Democratic South Asia.