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Michigan Police Department Training
Sikh Awareness Program Held in Arizona
DOJ Sues California to Protect Sikh Prisoner’s Rights
SALDEF Joins Anti-Hate Campaign...
SALDEF's Congressional Internship Program partners with congressional offices to place exceptional Sikh American college students and recent graduates in internship positions on Capitol Hill. Through this program, Sikh American young leaders will have access to a competitive opportunity that...
A press release received as a personal email
SALDEF February Advocate:
Congressional Internships Available
* SALDEF Congressional Internship Program
* SALDEF Participates in White House meeting about Anti-Bullying
* Order 2011 Pocket Calendars
* SALDEF Joins Rights...
SALDEF Launches New Leadership Initiative - SikhLEAD
Congressional Internship First of Several SikhLEAD Programs;
Application Deadline March 27, 2011
The Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund (SALDEF) is pleased to announce a national initiative called SikhLEAD - Sikh...
National Geographic Apologizes for Portraying
Sikhs as Terrorists
Forwarded by email.
SALDEF Appreciative of Prompt Response, Encourages Community to Report
Washington, DC: January 27, 2011 – Last week, the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund...
News release by personal email.
SALDEF Working for Kirpan Accommodation in
Michigan School District
Superindent Issues Temporary Ban Until Resolution is Reached
(Detroit, MI) January 7, 2011: SALDEF is deeply concerned over the temporary ban of the kirpan from Plymouth-Canton Community...
SALDEF Secures Apology From FBI Director
For Misleading Remarks About Sikh Americans
(Washington, D.C.) December 10, 2010 - In a letter to the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund (SALDEF), the nation's oldest Sikh American civil rights and advocacy organization, FBI Director...
Campaign Update: Anti-Sikh Facebook Pages
700,000 Facebook Users No Longer Receiving Anti-Sikh Messages; Over 2 Million Remain
This summer, SALDEF reported forty-five (45) Anti-Sikh or Anti-Turban pages reaching a combined audience of over 3 million individuals on Facebook, the world's...
November 29, 2010: Earlier today, the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund (SALDEF) called on local authorities and the FBI to initiate a hate crime investigation into a vicious attack on a Sikh American cab driver in Sacramento, who was allegedly called Osama bin Laden as he was...
* SALDEF Encourages All Sikh Americans to VOTE Tomorrow
* ADL Concert to Honor Balbir Singh Sodhi
* Know Your Rights Forum in LA
* Government Launches Anti-Bullying Website
* SALDEF Participates in Southern California Youth Mentorship Program
* One Year Anniversary of...
WASHINGTON - In an evening of fanfare and fundraising in the nation’s capitol, the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund highlighted its accomplishments and recognized those who went above the call of duty in fighting for civil right.
Founded in 1996 as a volunteer organization...
Forwarded by forum member Tejwant Singh ji Malik
SALDEF Recognizes Two More Awardees for their Service and Impact
SALDEF is pleased to announce two additional awardees for the 2010 SALDEF National Gala to be held in Washington D.C. on October 16, 2010. We will be recognizing Mr. K.P...
Safe Schools Summit
On August 11 and 12, SALDEF was invited to participate in the federal government's first ever Bullying Prevention Summit in Washington, DC. The summit brought together more than 150 major organizational, federal, and academic leaders to discuss how to translate research...
SALDEF Honors Civil Rights Leader and Oregon State Representative
SALDEF is pleased to announce the first two awardees to be recognized at the 2010 SALDEF National Gala to be held in Washington D.C. on October 16, 2010. We will honor Mr. Wade Henderson of the Leadership Conference on Civil...
SALDEF Previews New NBC Show 'Outsourced'
On August 16, SALDEF met with NBC executives to preview the pilot episode of the network's new comedy 'Outsourced'. The show, which features a Sikh American as a cast member, is about a manager in the United States whose call center has been outsourced...
Sikhs Attend White House Reception for AAPI Month
Panel Discussion on Post 9/11 Era at U.S. Social Forum
Arizona's Immigration Law: SALDEF provides an opinion to the Court
Meeting Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez
Presentation at the Chaplaincy Institute
SALDEF Participates on Diversity...