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A mini-docuseries and interactive digital exhibition amplifying our young siblings’ calls to process — the past twenty years, and the next twenty years — in just, transformative, and unifying ways.

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Identity

Community

Solidarity

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Join us to mark the launch of this mini-docuseries on Friday, September 10, 2021 from 2PM to 7PM in Washington Square Park and at Judson Memorial Church, where South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT), in collaboration with artists Shravya Kag, Noor Khan, and Lameesa Mallic, and organizer Sharmin Hossain, is hosting two one-time-only installations. 

 

Get your tickets to hear and celebrate the stories of ten young South Asian Americans, and their paths to understanding community, learning, and action as our diaspora’s first adult generation born exclusively in a post-9/11 world.

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2PM-3PM

Jummah (Friday prayers) 

Opening by Noor Khan, Khutbah by Wazina Zondon, Closing by Shahana Hanif

Washington Square Park

3PM-7PM

Drop-in Flower Drawing

Led by Noor Khan, with support from Shravya Kag and Lameesa Mallic

Washington Square Arch

4PM-5PM

Ticketed viewing of PROCESS: 20 YEARS SINCE

Judson Memorial Church

Installed by Noor Khan, with chai
from Kabab King

PROCESS: 20 YEARS SINCE

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