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Dasvandh Network announces matching gift offer to support Puerto Rico Emergency Relief Fund

Troy, MI: In collaboration with Dasvandh Network (DVN) and United Sikhs, the sangat at Khalsa Care Foundation Gurdwara in California has made a pledge to ...

Thousands Await Food, Water, Security as Rohingya Humanitarian Crisis Escalates: United Sikhs

The mass exodus of the Rohingya refugees escaping persecution in Myanmar has reached critical levels and refugee camps are at capacity. The new arrivals struggle to find space and support in the overcrowded camp as they join the half-a-million Rohingya refugees before them.

Condemning Las Vegas (USA) Shooting, Sikhs Equipped to Help and Heal: United Sikhs

United Sikhs, a US based civil rights and humanitarian aid group, has condemned the incident of shootout that shook Las Vegas Sunday night.

Sikhs Deliver Relief for Irma Victims in Florida (USA)

All across Florida Hurricane Irma evacuees are returning to scenes of devastation as they begin assessing the damage from one of the most powerful Atlantic storms on record.

Sikhs Puts the ‘Power of Humanity’ on Display During Texas (USA) Recovery

As the waters recede, Texas residents are returning to flooded homes, contaminated water and countless stories of unimaginable loss. But amid reports of heartache and destruction, powerful illustrations of solidarity and kindness have emerged.

After Charlottesville United Sikhs concerned about Sikh Gurdwaras in USA

Over the weekend, right-wing and "pro-white" protesters, including members of neo-Nazi organizations and the Ku Klux Klan, arrived in in Charlottesville, Virginia causing Virginia State officials to declare a state of emergency.

US Sikhs Stand with Muslims in Solidarity Against Domestic Terror, says United Sikhs

The United Sikhs, a US based civil rights group, has expressed solidarity with the Muslims saying that as worshippers prepare to rebuild the heavily damaged Dar Al-Farooq Islamic Center in Minneapolis.

NGO’s Kick Starts Walk Covering 6,000 Kms To Raise Awareness Against Farm Sucides

In order to generate public awareness and and highlighting the about the deplorable plight of

US Based Sikh NGO United Sikhs Appoints Humanitarian Ambassador

Activist Navjot Kaur (18), a resident of Lambi, was on Friday (June 30) appointed as the humanitarian ambassador of the NGO United Sikhs for the preparations for Guru Nanak Sahib’s 550th birth anniversary in 2019.

Concerned Over Rising Hate Crimes Sikh Body To Hold ‘Summit’ In Washington Next Month

As per the media reports in the wake of increasing incidents of hate crimes against the Sikhs in the US, United Sikhs will hold a 'Sikh Summit' t

US Sikhs Combat a “Climate of Fear” with Food

Since 9/11, Sikhs have unfairly become targets of religious-based attacks. Hate crime reports from previous years have shown a troubling trend towards hate-motivated violence against Sikhs mistaken for Muslims.

United Sikhs Connecticut Chapter Started in Norwich (USA)

Despite of the weather conditions "United Sikhs" Volunteers showed up to serve food in "Community Meal program" started by Lee Memorial Church in Norwich.

US based Sikh body Launches 2017 Civil Rights Survey

In the year 2016 the Sikh community saw progress on some of the issues the US based Sikh body called United Sikhs has been advocating civil

United Sikhs Issues Alert to North America Gurdwara Sahibs

United Sikhs, a US based NGO, has issued alert to Gurdwara Sahib in the Untied States to remain vigilant.

USA: New NYPD Turban and Beard Rule Opens Employment Opportunities for Sikhs

On Wednesday, December 28, 2016, the New York City Police Department Commissioner, James O'Neill, announced that in order to continue to make the NYPD as diverse as possible, NYPD would allow Sikhs to wear beards up to one half inch in length, from only a few millimeters in past policies.

Hate Crimes on the Rise: Sikh Gurdwara Vandalized With Hate Message in Calgary

The Sikh community in Calgary, Canada is shocked that last Thursday their place of worship was vandalized by graffiti depicting a swastika, which is generally associated with symbols of racial hatred.

Will US President-Elect Donald Trump’s Cabinet Show he can be President for all Americans?

There can be nothing more comforting after a bitter political campaign than a President-elect that promises to do his best to represent all constituencies.

Sikh Diaspora NGO Provides Emergency Relief in Haiti

On October 15th, the UNITED SIKHS volunteer team cleared over 5 tons of debris from the streets in Torbeck, Port Salut and the town of St. Jean.

United Sikhs’ Emergency Response Team Dispatched to Haiti

UNITED SIKHS volunteer team in Haiti is currently working on delivering emergency relief materials and pure drinking water to avoid cholera.

Swift Justice is Needed in Response to Recent Attacks on Sikhs in California

A United Sikhs' release states that [o]ne of the latest attacks and hate crimes perpetrated against Sikhs in the United States occurred on Friday, September 30, 2016.

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