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How Indu empowers, gives power, and shows courage

Intimate partner violence accounts for 15% of all violent crime in the United States, and while domestic violence is a danger to all of us, the most vulnerable members of our society are often the most victimized. A study published in the Journal of American Medical Women’s Association by Raj A. Silverman J. in 2002 found that in that year 42% of South Asian women had experienced physical or sexual within that year while 36.9% reported having been victimized in the year previous.

Indu's Work:

We work to provide survivors of South Asian descent the special services they need:
These include:
  • Lawyers who understand their cultural background
  • Support groups in their preferred language
  • Translators and translated documents
  • Connect with domestic violence shelters across the country
We also collaborate to:
  • Spread awareness about domestic violence in the South Asian community
  • Hold workshops to encourage men to be engaged partners and parents. 

CONTACT INDU

We would love to hear from you!

Address:

University of Pittsburgh 

4200 Fifth Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15260, USA​

Telephone:

301.679.3077

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