Thursday's rally and the meeting with the ambassador got excellent national news coverage from US and Indian media, including the AP article that the above picture comes from. It was carried by at least 50 newspapers on Friday, including the International Herald Tribune. Other articles of...

  We get more calls and emails every day with people asking "How are the workers supporting themselves?" -- and just as many asking: "How can we help?" Much of the workers' lodging and many meals have been provided by generous church supporters such as St. Stephen's...

Yesterday's action and meeting with the Indian ambassador brought a great of amount of coverage, including TV reports viewable online from CNN India, BBC World News, and Times of India TV. Check them out: BBC World News TV - Indian men in US 'slave' protest CNN India -...

It was an incredible scene: over 100 Indian workers, allies, and press packed into the lobby of the Indian Embassy in Washington, DC. Embassy staff had set up a microphone for the ambassador, whom you see here listening to Saket Soni, and had wireless mics...

Forgive the simple press release -- details and photos to follow. But for now, friends: NEW ORLEANS WORKERS' CENTER FOR RACIAL JUSTICE  *** FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE *** 100 satyagrahis grill Indian Ambassador during three-hour meeting Diplomat falls short of concrete timelines but pledges moral support WASHINGTON, DC –...

  See you here, at the Dupont Circle fountain, at 12 noon, Thursday, Mar. 27. The satyagrahis will gather with friends, allies, and press, share their stories, then head over to a mass meeting with Indian Ambassador Ronen Sen at1 p.m. Come out and support the...

Many thanks to our friend Shaggy Isaac, who has shared with us an excellent archive of photos from the satyagrahis' days of refuge in Atlanta at the First Iconium Baptist Churc, their press event yesterday, and the march through the city that followed: http://www.flickr.com/photos/shaggyisaac/sets/72157604247235559/...

Important, if somewhat late posted news: Rev. Timothy McDonald announced Tuesday that he had given the workers refuge at his church to protect them from surveillance and harassment by immigration agents that took place Friday outside the Civil Rights Memorial Center in Montgomery, AL. NOWCRJ...

By popular request, here's a collection of US and Indian TV coverage the workers have received over the last two weeks. There have been at least 10 TV reports on the workers over the last few weeks, though not all of them are available online....