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There are many free electronic resources to use if you're looking for additional Dalit resources. Below are some resources through the Digital Library of India, a list of associations/advocacy groups, and some free online periodicals.
Digital Library of India
The Digital Library of India (DLI) is a digital collection of freely accessible rare books collected from various libraries in India. DLI project started in early 2000 with the vision to archive all the significant literary, artistic and scientific works of mankind and to preserve digitally and make them freely available.
This includes access resources about Dalits:
The following associations are advocacy groups and non-profice organizations that focus upon Dalit liberation or support human rights issues in general.
- Ambedkar Center for Justice and Peace - Human Rights non-profit based in Mumbai
- The Bharatiya Dalit Sahitya Akademi - Organization focused upon Dalit art, literature, and culture based in New Delhi (some content in Hindi)
- Dalit NGO Federation - NGO in based Nepal
- Dalit Solidarity - Non-profit organization based in the U.S. to promote equality and justice for Dalits
- Human Rights Watch - Global non-profit NGO involved in human rights work around the world
- Indian Institute of Dalit Studies - Non-profit NGO based in New Delhi, founded by academics and activists to understand the problems of marginalized groups, identify the causes of their marginalization, and suggest policies for empowerment
- Indian Social Institute - Organization bringing social transformation through research, training and action, publication, and advocacy works supporting Dalits, Adivasis/tribals, women, minorities, unorganized, and landless laborers
- International Dalit Solidarity Network - Global organization based in Copenhagen, which is a network of human rights groups, development agencies, and Dalit Solidarity networks in other countries
- Kabir Kala Manch - Predominantly Dalit and working class cultural troupe based in India
- National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights - An organization based in New Delhi, committed to the elimination of discrimination based on caste
- Samata Foundation – Nepali Dalit Movement
- World Bank Resources - Source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries, based in Washington, D.C.
- Dalit Nation - In English.
- Dalit Voice - In English. Founded by journalist and scholar V. T. Rajshekar
- Forward Press - In English and Hindi. Monthly magazine focusing on Dalit communities.
- Jan Sanskaran – In English and Hindi. Dalit Media Watch.
- CounterCurrents.org - In English. Founded in India, this online periodical focuses upon human rights issues globally. However, they do have specific section titled "Annihilate Caste"
- Dalit Dastak - In Hindi. News and information advocating for Dalits.