Police Interactions

Red Cards

Get Your Red Card: I do not wish to speak with you, answer your questions, or sign or hand you any documents based on my 5th Amendment rights under the United States Constitution.

I do not give you permission to enter my home based on my 4th Amendment rights under the United States Constitution unless you have a warrant to enter, signed by a judge or magistrate with my name on it that you slide under the door. I do not give you permission to search any of my belongings based on my 4th Amendment rights.

I choose to exercise my constitutional rights.

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Immigration Know Your Rights

IMMIGRATION KNOW YOUR RIGHTS (KYR) 2017 brought increased immigration uncertainty for many families in our community. To combat the fear and vulnerability, Sikh Family Center worked with local Gurdwaras and social services organizations to provide Know Your Rights information, so families know what they can do if confronted with immigration

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How To Use Your Red Card Illustrated

Download pdf: How to Use Your Red Card illustrated (English & Punjabi) and see the illustration and the video below. To get your red cards or the Illustration Guide in the mail send an email to: sikhfamilycenter@gmail.comਆਪਣੇ ਲਾਲ ਕਾਰਡ ਪ੍ਰਾਪਤ ਕਰਨ ਲਈ, ਈ–ਮੇਲਕ ਰਸਕਦੇ ਹੋ: sikhfamilycenter@gmail.com How to use your

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Report Release

FOCUS GROUPS AND STORY TELLING Our ongoing community education campaigns seek to demystify and destigmatize all issues: only through healthy conversations can build healthy communities and families. SFC concluded a year-long Survivor-Centered Advocacy Project, in partnership with the Asian Pacific Islander Institute on Gender-Based Violence (API-GBV). Participants of focus groups and storytelling interviews

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Focus Groups and Story Telling

Our ongoing community education campaigns seek to demystify and destigmatize all issues: only through healthy conversations can build healthy communities and families. SFC concluded a year-long Survivor-Centered Advocacy Project, in partnership with the Asian Pacific Islander Institute on Gender-Based Violence (API-GBV). Participants of focus groups and storytelling interviews included survivors of gender-based violence,

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Community-Led Needs Assessment

In order to build true grassroots power, we have always prioritized hearing directly from the grassroots. Sikh Family Center continues to conduct regular assessments and listening exercises with the Sikh community in the U.S., in order to:  Hear community priorities  Collect reliable data and statistics  Raise awareness & community engagement

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End of the Year Newsletter 2016

A Look Back and A Push Forward Thanks for all your support to the Sikh Family Center, always! We close this year with optimism: knowing we are going to grow bigger & better in 2017. Please see our attached Newsletter!It has become clear to us that we must take the next steps to strengthen

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End of the Year Newsletter 2015

Imagine a World With Healthy & Happy Sikh Families… Towards 2016! As 2015 draws to a close, we share with you a glimpse into our work, and invite you to join us in pushing forward, stronger, into 2016!

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