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Dear Supporter,

My name is Rajanpreet Kaur, and I work for the Sikh Coalition – the nation’s largest Sikh American nonprofit. I know you’re busy, and I promise my goal is not to bug you.

Already, we have over 30 House, Senate and Governors’ offices on both sides of the political aisle committed to celebrating Vaisakhi, which is one of the most historically significant days for Sikhs.
 
We would be honored if your office would join in this Vaisakhi celebration by considering a simple social media post this Saturday, April 14th. While we know how much your office already values the importance of diversity and tolerance, our hope is that we all do more to educate our fellow Americans about a Sikh American community that has been an integral part of this country’s fabric for over 125 years.
 
Can we count on your office joining us this Saturday? We have included sample social media language and unbranded graphics below to make it easy to share in this celebration.

We have unbranded social media graphic options for your office.

Graphic One: Link here
Graphic Two: Link here

We also have written several sample social media posts for #Vaisakhi for your use:

Twitter options:
 
— Wishing our Sikh American neighbors, classmates & colleagues a happy #Vaisakhi!
 
— On this historically significant day for Sikhs, I'm wishing our Sikh American friends a happy #Vaisakhi!
 
— Did you know Sikhs wear turbans to uphold equality & justice? Wishing my Sikh friends a happy #Vaisakhi! http://u.pw/2ojLYLv
 
— Did you know Sikhs serve free meals to all who visit their gurdwaras (houses of worship)? Wishing our Sikh American neighbors a happy #Vaisakhi! Info: https://www.sikhcoalition.org/about-sikhs/
 
Facebook and Instagram options:
 
— Wishing our Sikh American neighbors, classmates & colleagues a happy #Vaisakhi!

— Did you know Sikhs serve free meals to anyone who visits their gurdwaras (houses of worship)? Please join me in wishing our Sikh American neighbors a happy #Vaisakhi! https://www.sikhcoalition.org/about-sikhs/
 
— Sikhs wear turbans as a pledge to uphold equality and justice. Today I celebrate our Sikh American neighbors on one of the most significant days in Sikh history. Please join me in wishing our Sikh American friends a happy #Vaisakhi! http://u.pw/2ojLYLv
 
— Sikhs have been an integral part of America’s fabric for 125+ years. Sikhs wear turbans as a pledge to uphold equality and justice. We join our Sikh American neighbors in celebrating #Vaisakhi, one of the most historically significant days for Sikhs all over the world!

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Best,

Rajanpreet Kaur
Media & Communications
The Sikh Coalition

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