Business/Organizational Program Sponsor
AID India, Seattle
Bo M Karlsson
Started by Sonnia J. Karlsson in 2004, the goal of the fund was to procure funds for underprivileged young women around the world so that they could attend higher education or trade schools.
Global Health Resource Center, Department of Global Health, University of Washington
I-Tech, International Training and Education Center on HIV
James Clowes Center
The Clowes Center was formed in 2004 in order to provide a forum within which students, faculty and members of our communities (both local and international) can develop projects, programs, events and research that explore specific efforts to create and sustain dialogue across social and political, and national boundaries.
Law Offices of White & Watson, PLLC
United States Immigration and Naturalization lawyers
Nepal Seattle Society
Pratidhwani Drama Wing
South Asian Bar Association of Washington
Three Dollar Bill Cinema
Trikone NW is a non-profit organization that provides a supportive and safe space for differently oriented South Asians. Our website is under construction, please visit our information booth at the festival.
Tumeric'n More Indian Meal Delivery Service
Turmeric ‘n More is a Seattle-based meal delivery service providing the local community with delicious home-style Indian and Pakistani meals at its doorstep.
Friends of ISAFF: Business or Organization
Anjali and the Kid
Join veteran DJ's DMZ (Darek Mazzone of KEXP) and DJ Rhythma (Eric Schmidt) on a musical journey around the world as they spin the latest beats from Paris, Sao Paulo, London, Lagos, New York, New Dehli, Istanbul and more at Seattle's hottest modern global music club night.
Langston Hughes African American Film Festival
Marriott SpringHill Suites
Piloted in 2001, Reel Grrls is a unique after-school media & technology training program that empowers girls to critique media images and to gain media technology skills.
Sahngnoksoo is a Seattle-based organization of Koreans and Korean-Americans creating social change. We work to build political power for the self-determination and liberation of Koreans of all identities including those who are adopted, immigrants, queer, and multiracial. We do this through collective learning, collaboration, solidarity, and organizing. Sahngnoksoo translates to “evergreen” and is a symbol of strength and commitment in Korean movement history.
The Seattle Office for Civil Rights
University of Washington Q Center
Friends of ISAFF: Individual
Neelu Bhuman & Andrew Nicholson