ADVOCATING FOR THE SINDHI COMMUNITY SINCE 2009
Our Vision and Mission
SAPAC raises public awareness about issues relating to Sindh and Sindhi people, located all over the world. Our goal is to educate, inform and influence the U.S. government, the political process, and the creation of policies to improve the socio-economic and political rights of Sindhis. We politically advocate on behalf of Sindhis, raise international awareness of the gross human rights violations taking place regarding the individual’s right to education, religious persecution, female inequality, economic advancement and cultural identity. We act towards limiting the influx of outsiders and maintaining the majority demographic status of native Sindhis. With this, we raise awareness in the U.S. of efforts to eradicate the traditional Sindhi language, culture and values by the Pakistani government.
SAPAC envisions a Sindh where Sindhi cultural heritage and the Sufi way of life is celebrated and rejuvenated back to its previous glory, entering all political, economical and societal aspects of life.
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The Sindhi American Political Action Committee (SAPAC) is honored to welcome Congressman David Trone (D-MD-06) to the Congressional Sindh Caucus. The congressman has been serving Maryland’s 6th district since 2018, during which he has fought to make progress on issues including the opioid epidemic, criminal justice reform and funding for mental health research. Congressman Trone Read more about Welcoming New Sindh Caucus Member Congressman David Trone[…]
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On Tuesday, July 14, Executive Director of SAPAC Fatima Gul and the current team sat down with SAPAC alumni to check in with one another, reflect and share some exciting project ideas for SAPAC’s future. Alumni discussed the unique difficulties and opportunities for advocacy during the current political moment in the United States. Although the Read more about SAPAC’s July alumni meeting: check-ins, reflections and discussions of future projects[…]
On July 22, 2020, U.S. Representative and Chair of the Congressional Sindh Caucus Brad Sherman (CA-30) gave a statement on the current issue of enforced disappearances in Sindh. Rep. Sherman discussed how this problem has been escalating rapidly among Sindhis in Pakistan due to the Pakistani government. Sherman talked about the victims’ fate of enforced Read more about Congressman Brad Sherman gives his stance on enforced disappearances in Sindh[…]
On July 20, 2020, the Sindhi American Political Action Committee (SAPAC) hosted an online panel discussion to raise awareness on the issue of forced conversions and religious persecution in Sindh, Pakistan. The event began with Fatima Gul, the executive director of SAPAC, giving a brief introduction on the issues of forced conversions of young Sindhi Read more about SAPAC hosts an international webinar on the rise of religious persecution in Sindh[…]
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The next issue of the Sindh Guardian is here! Share this with your friends and families to spread the word and inspire more action.
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Fatima Gul, a Sindhi-American and passionate Sindhi activist, gave remarks on human rights abuses in Sindh to the Foreign Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Her speech detailed the issue of forced conversions, enforced disappearances, Pakistan’s blasphemy law, and recent violence in the town of Ghotki. See her full speech in the Youtube Read more about Sindhi activist testifies on human rights issues in Sindh at the 2019 Committee on Foreign Affairs[…]