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Sikhs join US Religious Leaders demanding gun control At makeshift National Mall graveyard
WASHINGTON, Friday, April 12, 2013 — Sikhs joined 25 Religious leaders from across America gathered on the National Mall in Washington amidst a makeshift graveyard symbolizing victims of gun violence including Sikhs of Oak Creek on Thursday (April 11) as they exhorted Congress to pass legislation to limit access to firearms.
Sikhs welcome Michelle Obama's to Visit to meet Sikh Victims of Shootings in Wisconsin
Washington, August 21, 2012: Sikh community is pleased that the First Lady Michelle Obama will be visiting the victims of the shootings in Wisconsin Sikh Temple tomorrow.
First White House celebration of Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev
Washington –'Welcome to the White House' was the greeting with which Christina M. Tchen, head of the White House office of Public Engagement office, greeted a room full of Sikh men with all kinds of colorful turbans and ladies with traditional Punjabi dress,
Vaisakhi 2011 with Police Departments in New York
New York, March 31, 2011: 'American Sikh Community Vaisakhi Breakfast' organised by Mohinder Singh Taneja, the NY Director of Sikh Council on Religion and Education at Nassau County Police HQ, on March 31st 2011,was a grand success.
Feature film on Asian and Abrahamic Faith including Sikhism is opened in Washington
Washington, December 2, 2010: Sikhs are featured prominently in the nationwide public television documentary "The Asian & Abrahamic Religions: A Divine Encounter in America".
SCORE Joins Opposition to Arizona's Immigration Law
The Sikh Council on Religion and Education (SCORE) associates itself with concerns expressed by interfaith and civil rights groups about Arizona’s recently enacted immigration law.
Sikh Youth Join President Obama's Mentoring Lunch
Nine Sikh boys from the Washington Metropolitan area met with President Obama at the White House shortly after he delivered a major address on fatherhood on Monday
Sikh leaders unveil 'green' plan
(Washignton, July 19, 2009): Sikh religious and political leaders met in New Delhi to underline the Sikh community's commitment to save the environment from threats posed by climate change and global warming.
Greener habits for up to 24 million Sikhs
New Delhi: Sikh religious leaders representing thousands of gurdwaras, or temples around India and the world met today in New Delhi to discuss the greening of their houses of worship and schooling.
stars of the Sikh community honored in Punjab, India
Chandigarh : A galaxy of eminent Sikh men and women were honored for their contribution to society in general and Sikh community in particular by the Sikh Council on Religion and Education ( SCORE)
Sikhs join Bush in welcoming Pope Benedict at the White House
Washington, April 23, 2008 - Over 13,500 people were on hand as President George W. Bush formally welcomed Pope Benedict XVI to the US in a ceremony
American Lawmakers vow to fight racial profiling of Sikhs
Washington - Several influential US lawmakers from the Senate and House praised the Sikh community and pledged to fight racial profiling of them in the aftermath of 9/11
Sikh Leader joins President Bush in prayer at the White House
Washington, May 4, 2007 -
A Washington-based Sikh leader, Dr Rajwant Singh, Chairman of the Sikh Council on Religion and Education (SCORE), was invited to join President George Bush in prayer marking the National Day of Prayer on May 3, 2007
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Sikh leaders meeting with World Bank President in 2003
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