What is a hate crime? What does it look like? What do you do if you’re a victim of a possible hate crime.
Dharma Advocates Program
The purpose of the Dharma Advocates Program is to train Hindu Americans to become better, more effective, and influential advocates for the Hindu American cause.
Dharma Ambassadors Program
HAF Dharma Ambassadors promotes an authentic narrative from within the Hindu community to ensure that our religion is taught accurately and on par with other religions.
Diwali Toolkit & Resolution Templates
We invite you to celebrate Diwali with our revamped Toolkit, which has more information about why Diwali is celebrated, Common Core State Standards lessons for the classroom and activities to do at home with your young learners.
Find a curated list of South Asian resources for learners of all ages of excellent cultural and linguistic materials to further learning on a variety of topics.
Hate Crime & Terror Strike Preparedness
Gain access to valuable resources to better protect against hate crimes and domestic terror strikes.
Hindu Heritage Month
HAF has been the lead supporter of the California resolution recognizing October as Hindu American Awareness and Appreciation Month. In a number of places October is also being honored as Hindu Heritage Month, something which HAF wholeheartedly supports.
How to Write a Letter to the Editor
Social media may be the predominant way the general public comments on news articles these days, but the Letter to the Editor is still a valuable tool to use. Here are some tips to learning this skill.
How to Contact Your Legislators
Tagging your legislators on social media may seem like the easiest way to get their attention, but reaching out directly via email, letter, or phone will create more lasting results.
Religious workers are the backbone of our mandirs and religious institutions. Here is a list of descriptions for common religious worker positions.
All About the Swastika
Resources for community members, educators, and reporters on this ancient sacred symbol.