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US based Sikh leaders condemn attack on Sikh pracharak Dhaddrianwale

US based Sikh leaders have condemned the recent attack on Sikh preacher Ranjit Singh Dhadrianwale at Ludhiana.

Sikhs Greeted with Assurance from Obama, White House on Guru Nanak’s Celebrations

President Obama stands with, he stands behind you and he stands in solidarity with you. And we all have a responsibility to remind Americans what makes us great” were the words of welcome and assurance by Valerie Jarrett, President Obama’s Senior political advisor as Sikhs gathered to celebrate Guru Nanak’s birth-anniversary at the White House.​

US Sikh bodies condemn Handling of Kotkapura Protests by Punjab Government

US based Sikh bodies have condemned the recent Police action in Kotkapura which led to 2 deaths and several dozens injured seriously.

US Sikhs hire Hillary Clinton’s Former Chief Strategist to Lead efforts to change perception

Newly formed National Sikh Campaign launched by US Sikhs has hired the most prominent political consultant in Washington DC to begin the first-ever exploration of creating positive perception about Sikhs among Americans.

SCORE appeal Punjabis to elect Qualified and Rightful Candidates for Indian Parliament

Washington, Untied States (April 28, 2014): A US based NGO, Sikh Council on Religion and Education (SCORE) has appealed to people of Punjab to elect candidates for Indian parliament who display qualities which would make them the rightful representatives of the state's interests. Punjab and many other states go on polls for parliament on April 30.

US: Campaign launched to raise Sikh visibility, change perception

Washington, United States(March 13, 2014): Sikh business and community leaders across the country gathered in Washington D.C. to form the National Sikh Campaign, an undertaking that will tackle the growing misperceptions of Sikhism since 9/11 and highlight the impact Sikh Americans have made in America. The primary mission of this National Sikh Campaign will be to increase awareness of the Sikh Religion and the positive contributions Sikh Americans make in this country.

White House celebrates Guru Nanak Sahib Ji's Gurpurab

US: White House celebrates Guru Nanak Sahib Ji’s Gurpurab

Washington, United States (November 21, 2013): Sikhs from various part of the U.S. came yesterday to celebrate Guru Nanak Sahib Ji’s Parkash Gurpurb for the fourth time in the White House. President Obama’s administration opened the doors of the White House for this annual celebration which featured key White House officials, Sikh community leaders, Sikh kirtan, and a musical performance on the sitar and tabla.

Sikh Council on Religion and Education (SCORE) welcome President Obama’s greetings on Gurpurb

Washington, US (November 15, 2013): Sikh Council on Religion and Education (SCORE) has welcomed President Obama's greetings to the Sikh community on the Parkash Gurpurb of Guru Nanak Sahib Ji, the founder of Sikhism.

US Sikh body welcome US Government’s support on the eve of Oak Creek Tragedy

Washington, August 3, 2013; As per a press release by Sikh Council on Religion and Education (SCORE), a copy of which is available with the Sikh Siyasat News (SSN), the Sikh community in US has welcomed the US Attorney General’s support to help those who are still suffering from the effects of the Oak Creek tragedy and appreciates the decision of the Justice Department to start tracking the hate crimes against Sikhs in the United States.

Sikh Business leaders at the White House Celebrations of Sikh centennial

US celebrates 100 years of Sikh arrival; Sikh business leaders join the White House celebrating Sikh Centennial

Washington, DC (July 16, 2013): The United States of America has reportedly acknowledged immense contribution of the Sikh community in its socio-economic fabric and cultural milieu as it celebrated the 100 years of the arrival of Bhagat Singh Thind, who led a life-long battle for the rights of Sikhs to gain American citizenship.

US Sikh body express dismay at Sajjan Kumar’s acquittal from November 1984 Sikh massacre case

Washington, US (April 30, 2013): In a press release sent to Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) the leadership of Sikh Council on Religion and Education (SCORE) has expressed their dismay and shock at the acquittal of Sajjan Kumar from the November 1984 Sikh massacre and murders of six Sikhs onApril 30, 2013 in Delhi court.

White House Celebrates Guru Nanak’s Gurpurab for the third Time amidst applause from US Sikhs

Washington DC, USA (December 11, 2012): Birthday of Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism, was celebrated by the White House in the presence of 160 Sikhs from across the United States. 

SCORE & US Sikhs elated at Barack Obama’s re-election

Washington, November 8, 2012: Sikhs across the United States have expressed their elation at President Barack Obama’s re-election. Dr. Rajwant Singh, Chairman of the Sikh Council on Religion and Education (SCORE), said, “We are pleased with the results of these hard fought elections. This is especially great for the Sikhs because Obama has demonstrated in the last four years that he has deep respect for the Sikh faith.

Sikhs saddened by the tragic killing at Wisconsin Gurdwara

Washington (August 6, 2012): Sikh Council on Religion and Education (SCORE), has expressed shock and grief at the tragic killing of Sikhs in a shooting by a gun man which appears to be an apparent hate crime. At least seven people were shot dead, including a suspected gunman, during a shooting at a Sikh Gurdwara in Wisconsin.