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Our voice, our strength, our transformation

In the wake of our thirtieth-anniversary year, we celebrate our voice, our strength, our transformation. We ground our movement in our voice, we realize our strength, and we honor our transformation.

Our voice

Sakhi represents the South Asian diaspora in an intersectional and intergenerational movement for gender justice. We remain committed to being a survivor-centered, survivor-led organization and recognize that breaking the silence surrounding gender-based violence is a vital first step towards precipitating change.

Our strength

Sakhi believes in all survivors' self-determination and resiliency, despite facing adversity. Sakhi believes the power of our movement lies in our willingness to rebuild together.

Our transformation

Sakhi's philosophy of empowerment supports survivors' agency to not only regain charge of their lives but to also see themselves as positive agents of change. With this in mind, we create opportunities for survivors to exercise leadership within Sakhi, within their communities, and within the movement. We operate with the shared intent to create a future in which gender justice is unquestioned, and we collectively model the change we seek to create.


A landmark of lower Manhattan, Cipriani 25 Broadway is an Italian neorenaissance masterpiece. Designed by Benjamin Wistar Morris and completed in 1921, this grand space features 65-foot-high ceilings, soaring marble columns, magnificent inlaid floors and murals painted by Ezra Winter.

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Sakhi for South Asian Women


Cipriani 25 Broadway, Broadway, New York, NY, USA

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