Building Solidarity Amongst Black x Brown Communities







The BlindianProject is a social impact media platform and community at the intersection of Black x Brown culture. 


Known as the "Home of Black x Brown Culture" we create cross-cultural, intergenerational experiences that unite our communities and inspire solidarity.


To date, our work has been featured in international publications such as The BBC World News, The Lily (Washington Post), The Times of India, BBC Asian Network, and many others.


Normalize Black x Brown relationships and dismantle anti-Blackness and Indophobia in our communities.


Become the home of Black x Brown cultures

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Jonah Batambuze

Founder & CEO

Jonah Batambuze is a Ugandan-American activist, a self-taught interdisciplinary artist, and founder of the #BlindianProject. He was born in Chicago and raised in the cornfields of central Illinois. 

While studying International Business abroad at University College Dublin, Batambuze met a South Indian princess who later became his wife. 


Batambuze's artwork is often participatory, centers marginalized identities, and focuses on solidarity-building at the intersection of Black x Brown cultures. By highlighting shared historical experiences and love, Batambuze uses social media, stimulating sensory installations and rituals to inspire unity.

Managing Editor

Ayesha is a Pakistani-Swiss polyglot and multigenre creative with a background in Sociology. She is a collector of all things brand, people, and storytelling.

a freelance writer and editor by day and a theatre student by night, her focus revolves around crafting identities, building community, and solving unsolvable problems. Alongside working as the Managing Editor, Ayesha will work on other #BlindianProject strategic activities.


Andrae is an accountant by trade, and a lifelong New York resident. He is a member and contributor with the Yonkers Writing Group. And, is the political correspondent for the #BlindianProject.