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Thank you for selecting IndianAmericans.org as your virtual location to connect with the Asian Indian community in North America. The Indian American Leadership Council (IALC) was formed in the early 90's to promote public awareness through civic engagement and voter registration campaigns. The IALC seeks to provide unified voice for Indian Americans in the main stream decision making process along with fostering more dynamic relationships between the world’s largest and oldest democracies--India and the United States.

Since 1996, the IALC has been actively developing narratives for better community partnership as well as US-India relations  through people-to-people diplomacy at the grassroots. We believe Indian American voters and taxpayers should play a major role in fostering Indo-US partnership and become a powerful source to provide economic and technological solutions for global development.

Indian American Leadership Council stands out for urging Indian American Diaspora celebrate US Independence Day, adopt US national anthem and keep US interests paramount as they celebrate their culture, heritage and national origin. 

We hope, you will select this site as your destination in real time--for  information about Indian American civic activities and/or grassroots issues: civil rights, health, business, education, immigration and Indo-US affairs, etc. Thank you again for your continued activism and engagement. Please contribute generously for your global presence and networking with the Indian Diaspora.

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