Latest News:

National Sikh Campaign

Interfaith Human Rights and Activist Groups Write To US and UN for Safety of Afghan Sikhs

A number of interfaith human rights and activists groups have written to United States Embassy (Kabul) Chargé d’Affaires Ross Wilson and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Representative in Afghanistan about persecution of Sikhs and Hindus in Afghanistan.

71 Years Old Sikh Attacked in Manteca (California); Sikhs Disturbed Over Back to Back Attacks

On August 6 in Manteca, California, Sahib Singh was the victim of an attack while taking his morning walk. The 71-year-old man was hit severely causing him to hit the cement street.

#WeAreSikhs: National Sikh Campaign to spread awareness on Sikhi in USA

A Sikh activist group called National Sikh Campaign (NSC) has reportedly launched a campaign to spread awareness about Sikhs and Sikhi in the United States of America (USA) amidst a spike in hate crimes against Sikhs in USA.

US Congress Urges Barack Obama To Visit Sikh Gurdwara Before End of Term

In a bipartisan letter to the White House, members of the American Sikh Congressional Caucus are urging President Obama to visit a Sikh Gurdwara before the end of his presidency.

National Sikh Campaign Raises $125,000 for Media Campaign in America

Sikhs of Salt Lake City came together to support National Sikh Campaign’s media initiative to educate Americans about Sikhs and Sikhism.

National Sikh Campaign Hires Digital Agency to Develop Sikh Brand Online

The National Sikh Campaign (NSC) has taken a significant step towards one of the pillars of its larger awareness strategy, the creation of a website to act as an informational center for all those who seek to learn about the Sikh religion’s tenets and principles. NSC was formed last year to launch a major media based awareness campaign about Sikhism and Sikh identity in America.

Chicago: National Sikh Campaign collects funds to support their media campaign for Sikh identity

The NSC team also visited the Sikh Religious Society of Palatine Gurdwara and Illinois Sikh Community Center on Sunday and addressed the community. The initiative was well-recieved by the community. This was the first major fundraising event of the National Sikh Campaign for this Sikh media campaign and close to $34,000 was collected.

Sikhs in America Report Revealing Sikh Media Strategies presented to US Congress

Sikh-Americans are proud Americans but have to live a paradoxical reality in which our faith teaches us values that are at the heart of the American ethic — gender equality, racial equality, and religious tolerance — however we are unfairly characterized as “un-American" due to a lack of understanding of our appearance and our practice of maintaining turbans and beards.”

DSMGC announces contribution towards Campaign for Sikh Identity in USA

Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee has announced a contribution of $10,000 towards an awareness campaign to educate Americans about Sikhism and Sikh Identity. DSGMC president Manjit Singh GK and General Secretary Manjinder Singh Sirsa appeared with Dr. Rajwant Singh, Chairman of the Sikh Council on Religion and Education (SCORE) and Senior Advisor to the Washington based National Sikh Campaign, in New Delhi in a press meet and endorsed an American Sikh plan to reach out to millions of fellow Americans.

Most Americans know little about Sikhs and Sikhism, revels new study

Most Americans know little or nothing about Sikhs, a new survey shows. The survey, commissioned by a nonprofit seeking to build positive images of U.S. Sikhism, found that 60 percent of non-Asian-Americans said they had no knowledge of Sikhs. Eleven percent said they were close friends with a Sikh person, and 31 percent said they had never interacted with a Sikh.

How Americans view Sikhs? explains newly released report

Regularly subjected to discrimination and occasionally even the targets of hate crimes, Sikhs number between 200,000 and 500,000 in the U.S., according to AP. There are an estimated 25 million Sikhs worldwide, making their tradition one of the largest organized religions on the globe.

Major report on how Americans see Sikh religion & Sikhs to be released in Washington

A release by National Sikh Campaign (NSC) says that a major report on how Americans see Sikh religion and Sikhs is set to be released in Washington.

New study outlines American perceptions about Sikhs and Sikh religion

Media reports say that a new comprehensive study about Sikhs in America is set to be released later this month. As per information the study conducted by noted pollster Geoff Garin outlines how Americans perceive Sikh religion and Sikhs and what the Sikh community in America needs to convey to effectively build positive awareness in the United States.

US Gurdwaras Endorse the Campaign to change perception of Sikhs, claims National Sikh Campaign (NSC)

Washington D.C., August 20, 2014; Gurdwaras across the country convened in Washington D.C. this last weekend for an unprecedented grassroots meeting called by the newly formed National Sikh Campaign (NSC) to shape the Sikh image in America.