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Sikhs in Chicago

Hate Crime Charges Filed in Chicago Assault after mobilisation by civil rights body

After 72 hours of mobilizing every tool in the Sikh Coalition’s advocacy toolkit, the State’s Attorney’s Office requested a meeting with our legal team and then reversed course, filing a hate crime charge.

California Priest ponders connection between murder of Satwinder Singh Bhola in Chicago and Bapu Surat Singh’s peaceful protests in India

Fr. Joshua Lickter, who has repeatedly appealed on behalf of hunger-striker Bapu Surat Singh Khalsa, released a statement on Monday questioning the motive behind Monday’s Chicago-region murder of Bapu Surat Singh Khalsa’s son-in-law, Satwinder Singh Bhola.

Cook County State’s Attorney pledges to fight hate crimes against suburban Sikhs

Recent incidents and reports released by Civil rights bodies show that Sikhs are facing racial abuse in United States of America. A recent video showing classmates taunting a Sikh student on a Georgia school bus -- one of them calling the student a "terrorist" -- and the 2012 shooting at a Sikh Gurdwara Sahib in Wisconsin that left six dead have highlighted the problem of hate crimes against the Sikh community.