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Sikh Americans ask French President Hollande to stop violating Freedom of Religion

Washington DC:  UNITED SIKHS wrote to President Barack Obama to bring up the issue of the violation of the turban ban in France during the visit of French President Hollande. During his trip, the French President met with Charlottesville, VA Mayor Satyendra Huja and President Barack Obama and was invited to the State Dinner. “I have been a French citizen ...

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Every young Sikh American should have this opportunity

My name is Jaywin Singh Malhi, and I’m proud to be graduating this spring from Southern Methodist University in Texas!  I’m equally excited about what’s just ahead, starting with Harvard Law School this fall. When people ask about my inspirations and motivations, I come back to a singular experience:  my SikhLEAD internship in Washington, D.C., in 2012.  It was work ...

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SALDEF Media Initiative Kicks Off at NBC News Washington

Washington D.C., US: SALDEF is proud to announce the roll-out of our historic new media initiative on behalf of Sikh Americans. This nationwide initiative will harness the power of digital and traditional mainstream channels to educate the U.S. media and public about Sikh Americans and the Sikh faith. Specifics of the initiative are exciting and well underway!  Among them: Conduct ...

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Sikhs Face Miscarriage Of Justice This Vaisakhi

UNITED SIKHS extends blessings and good wishes to the community during this auspicious time of Vaisakhi. On this Vaisakhi, we pledge to protect your rights. Whereas we wish prosperity and peace for all on the pious occasion of Vaisakhi, it also serves as reminder of the challenges that the Khalsa Panth faces today. On this joyous occasion of Vaisakhi, the ...

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Latest Picture of Professor Devendar Pal Singh Bhullar

Professor Bhullar

URGENT ACTION REQUIRED – EXECUTION IMMINENT AFTER PLEA REJECTED! The Supreme Court of India rejected the commutation plea of Devender Pal Singh Bhullar on 12 April. This verdict could affect the cases of at least 17 more prisoners. Devender Pal Singh Bhullar was sentenced to death in August 2001 for his involvement in a bomb attack in New Delhi in ...

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