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. Racial violence erupted between these groups and members of the Charlottesville community and, according to the Press, a pro-white man acting against the demonstrators purposely rammed his car into a crowd killing a 32-year-old woman and injuring nineteen others, five of
As worshippers prepare to rebuild the heavily damaged Dar Al-Farooq Islamic Center in Minneapolis, worshippers from all faiths, from all parts of the country, are coming out to defend their muslim brothers and sisters. "We sent a letter to the Imam and a message of support on social media, letting them know we are praying for them. We've also encouraged our member base of nearly 30,000 supporters to support them by contributing to the community center's GoFundMe page to help them rebuild," M
Shaken But Empowered. US Sikhs Respond to California Murders
August 03, 2017
Across the country UNITED SIKHS is joining the US Sikh Community to rally for justice after two Sikh American men were shot dead in separate incidents in California. The bruised body of 68-year-old Subag Singh was found in a canal in Fresno last Monday. He'd been missing since June 23rd 2017. In another incident, 20-year-old Simranjit Singh was shot and killed outside of the Sacramento gas station where he worked the following day. Reports suggest he was shot by men that had previously repor
Melbourne, Australia - The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) will decide at the end of the ongoing hearing if 5-year-old Sidhak Singh was discriminated against by the Melton Christian School when they refused to enroll him last year because he wore a patka, a religious head covering.
Cyclone Mora destroyed homes but not people's spirit
July 14, 2017
"Together with Samparade Kar Seva, Sarhali, we initiated our relief efforts, we have struggled to reach the worst affected areas of Bangladesh due to the high risk of dangers. Our team is committed to receive government authorisation to go beyond to assist"said Jatin Singh UNITED SIKHS Humanitarian Aid coordinator.