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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sapac's latest news
Aaqib Chandio, forcibly disappeared Sindhi for over one year, finally released amid international pressure
SAPAC has received notice that Aaqib Chandio, and young innocent student that was taken in 2018, was released yesterday. Photos have surfaced of his released and reunion with Aaqib’s family. In the middle of July, during the Pakistani PM Imran Khan’s visit with President Trump, SAPAC and Sindh Lobby Day participants attended numerous meetings with Read more about Aaqib Chandio, forcibly disappeared Sindhi for over one year, finally released amid international pressure[…]
SAPAC has received noticed that Inam Bhatti, a forcibly disappeared Sindhi university professor and activist that was taken by Pakistani secret agencies on September 4th, was successfully released today. We suspect this release was due to media pressure by the Sindhi community, SAPAC, and Congressman Brad Sherman’s (Chairman of the Sindh Caucus) activism on Twitter.
U.S. Representative Brad Sherman made a series of tweets about the newly disappeared Inam Bhatti, a Sindhi university professor who was taken by Pakistan authorities outside of an airport. SAPAC also tweeted the Pakistani government directly to urge Bhatti’s release. Putting pressure on the Pakistani government over social media to make changes throughout the country Read more about Congressman Brad Sherman and SAPAC urge release of forcibly disappeared Sindhi, Inam Bhatti[…]
Fatima Gul, Executive Director of SAPAC, met with journalist Sandra Sadek of the news agency Homeland 411 in Washington, D.C. From this, Sadek wrote a detailed and immersive article on the human rights abuses in Sindh and SAPAC advocacy in the U.S. government. This is the first time that SAPAC has been discussed so thoroughly Read more about SAPAC and Sindh issues thoroughly discussed in local Washington, D.C. news article[…]
On July 23 Congressman Brad Sherman, founder of the Congressional Sindh Caucus, conducted a floor speech on human rights issues related to Sindh and Sindhi people during Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to Washington D.C. This speech was given along with his signature on the congressional letter sent to President Trump. This letter also Read more about Rep. Sherman gives floor speech on Sindh and congressional letter to President Trump[…]
July 22, 2019 SAPAC is pleased to announce that a congressional letter, initiated and signed by Congressman Brad Sherman, the founder of the Sindh Caucus and senior member of the Foreign Affairs Committee, was sent to President Trump prior to the arrival of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan. This is the first time that ten Read more about 10 US lawmakers sign congressional letter given to President Trump before arrival of PM Imran Khan[…]
SAPAC members were honored to attend Congressman Elijah Cummings luncheon at the National Press Club. Rep. Cummings, Chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, had a great discussion about how to lead the next generation into a better future of equality, tolerance, and respect–the same characteristics SAPAC works to improve for Sindhis. Read more about SAPAC attends Rep. Cummings luncheon at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.[…]
Washington DC- This year Sindhi-Americans and friends of Sindh are invited to Washington, DC for The Sindhi American Political Action Committee (SAPAC)’s Fourth Sindh Lobby Day from July 13th to the 15th. In the past, this event has been called the Sindhi American Youth Advocacy and Leadership Program. Sindhi-Americans and supporters of Sindh will Read more about Sindh Lobby Day 2019[…]
We at the Sindhi American Political Action Committee (SAPAC) are excited to announce that the honorable Congressman André Carson has joined the Congressional Sindh Caucus. Representative Carson has diligently served the people of the Seventh District, which includes Indianapolis and surrounding areas, since his election in 2008. During his time in office, Carson has sat Read more about Congressman Andre Carson joins the Sindh Caucus[…]
We at the Sindhi American Political Action Committee (SAPAC) are honored to share the great news that Congressman Sanford Bishop Jr (D-GA) has joined the Congressional Sindh Caucus. The Congressman has being serving his Georgia district since 1993. During this time he has committed to striving for better education, safe and secure communities and an Read more about Congressman Sanford Bishop Jr joins Sindh Caucus[…]