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Accomplishment

The IALC has forged alliances with other non-partisan groups--NAACP, American Jewish Committee (AJC), Organization of Chinese Americans, Koreans, African Americans, Hispanics, Native Americans and labor Unions.

The IALC actively participated in voter registration drives and civic activities. Grass roots activism have paved the way for the IALC members to serve at the National, State and County levels in various advisory boards, commissions and councils. Today when the IALC speaks, people listen and leadership responds. IALC co-sponsored round-table discussions and candidate forums and debates.

In 2000, the IALC organized a national conference in collaboration with the Department of State, “Indo-US Joint Vision: People- to-People Conference--Cultivating Multifaceted Partnerships.” The conference in support of the India-US vision statement signed by the Prime Minister of India and the President of the United States was successful in developing a framework for government-to-government collaborations. The conference was instrumental in paving the way for expanding business & economic relations, technology transfer & nuclear cooperation along with transforming post cold war era military cooperation between India and the United States.


Future Plans:
International expansion of the IALC and establishing of a US-India center in Washington, D.C. area.

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