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Sindhi Foundation’s walk for freedom passes through Milltown, Princeton

A Sindhi womanPHOTO COURTESY OF EMILY HAUZE/SINDHI FOUNDATION
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A Sindhi womanPHOTO COURTESY OF EMILY HAUZE/SINDHI FOUNDATION

The Sindhi Foundation’s 350-mile Long Walk for Freedom, Nature and Love began in New York City at the United Nations headquarters and will continue through New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., all in the name of human rights and climate change.

 

Long Walk events were held at Peter Francisco Park in Newark on April 8 and the Sadhu Vaswani Center of Central New Jersey on Ryders Lane in Milltown on April 11.

Upcoming events include Tiger Park on Palmer Square, Princeton, from 1-2:30 p.m. April 12; before traveling to Philadelphia, Wilmington, Delaware, Baltimore, Maryland, the University of Maryland, and then arriving at The Lincoln Memorial in Washington on April 29.

Donations for the Long Walk for Freedom can be made at https://charity.gofundme.com/o/en/campaign/long-walk-for-freedom 

 

Sindhi Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that builds bridges between Sindhi people and the international community through public diplomacy, scholarship, research, defending human rights, media, education, person-to-person contact, culture, art, literary and education events, exchange programs, conferences, Sufi melas (festivals), media arts, studies, fellowships, participation and partnerships among government and civil society sectors.

 

Its goals are to strengthen and promote inter-racial, inter-religious, inter-faith, and inter-cultural harmony among Sindhis and the rest of the global community. There is also the need to bring a social change and promote openness and freedom of thought and expression among Sindhi people and Sindhi society, especially through empowerment of women, religious and sexual minorities, marginalized communities, and persecuted scholars, academics, civil society to retrieve original Sufi Sindhi discourse.

 

For more information, visit www.sindhifoundation.org.

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