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Welcoming New Sindh Caucus Member Congressman David Trone

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[…]

SAPAC’s July alumni meeting: check-ins, reflections and discussions of future projects

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[…]

Congressman Brad Sherman gives his stance on enforced disappearances in Sindh

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[…]

SAPAC hosts an international webinar on the rise of religious persecution 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[…]