SALDEF's SikhLEADers held the first-ever Langar on Capitol Hill, introducing Congressional leaders to a Sikh American way of life. [...] read more»
Meet the Sikh American leaders of tomorrow: These thirteen SikhLEAD interns come from across the nation and are thriving across Washington D.C. [...] read more»
Starting the week of June 30th and running through July 27, 2014, Comcast will donate one million dollars in airtime on cable channels on Comcast to air a PSA featuring [...] read more»
Stanford University partnered with SALDEF to conduct the first-ever national survey of the public perception of Sikh Americans and their articles of faith, "Turban Myths". This study corroborates, through literary [...] read more»
Tejinder Singh, a lawyer at Goldstein and Russell, P.C. became the first Sikh American to argue in front of the Supreme Court in Edward v. Lane on April 28, 2014. Singh represented Edward Lane, an employee at a community college program who was terminated from his job after he testified against a corrupt state representative in a federal fraud trial. Singh asked the Court to evaluate whether Mr. Lane’s testimony was protected under the First Amendment’s right to free speech.
Want to learn more about Tejinder Singh? Find out why the truth defender tediously loads a dishwasher and lives by “YOLO”…