Diversity & Inclusion
Crowdfunding / History / Web development

The South Asian American Digital Archive is raising $30K

Support the country's only digital archive of South Asian American history.

Samip Mallik, cofounder of the South Asian American Digital Archive, in his Chinatown office. (Photo by Aidan Un)

The country’s only South Asian American Digital Archive, a nonprofit run out of Center City’s Cultureworks coworking space, is raising $30,000. It’s not a crowdfunding campaign — there are no “perks,” so to speak. It’s just a good old-fashioned pledge drive.


“SAADA creates a more inclusive society by documenting, preserving, and sharing stories that reflect the unique and diverse experiences of South Asian Americans,” reads the site.

Companies: South Asian American Digital Archive

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