I have in the past taken on many challenging campaigns against discrimination; on the behalf of the South Asian community to insure there is justice and equality for the members in our community.
In this case, the discrimination was against a victim of Domestic Violence in our community, and the irresponsible leadership of a South Asian nonprofit organization that persecuted her and colluded to cover it up. Ms. Chand’s case resonated with me, as not only do I know her for her contribution to the community, but also she is sister of the community, and a woman in need. Having a niece, a sister and a mother, it hits home that this is still a taboo topic that no one talks about in our community until it happens to them. Well it happened to a sister in my community.
Since going public with this story I have had 8 other women in our community come to me with similar stories of being a victim. Three of them I thought I knew very well… and was shocked.
I would appreciate if you could help us bring more awareness to this story with your technology, as it took the courage of one victim to open the eyes and ears of our community, to take a stance with this organization, and hold them accountable to the South Asian Community… my community... Ms. Chand's Community.
No nonprofit organization is above the law when their mission is to serve our community. Our community and Mr. Chand are looking for healing and resolve.
Tim Dutta - Just a Community Advocate that wants to see a "wrong" go "Right".