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PAKPAC’s New Intern: Zoya Sattar

Zoya Sattar is a sophomore at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland majoring in International Studies. Raised in Oklahoma, Zoya has a passion for Conflict Resolution.

DNC Eid Celebration

On Wednesday night, the Democratic National Committee hosted an Eid celebration.

Inspiring Tele-Townhall

After spending almost six hours canvassing door to door, I came back to the office and sank into my chair, breathing a sigh of relief. The wall in front of me displayed a map of the targeted neighborhoods. Gigantic is an understatement to describe the mammoth that was...

Remembering Nabra

In these times, our hearts are heavy. We are a community in mourning. We have been in mourning for our allies as their communities have suffered the consequences of a racism that continues to be embedded in our social fabric.

Historic Bi-Partisan Congressional Iftar

With a full moon and unseasonably cool temperatures, 115 community members traveled from across the United States to celebrate their faith and demonstrate their patriotism on the night of June 8th. They joined Democratic and Republican Congressional leaders for an unforgettable Iftar on the rooftop of the new PAKPAC Capitol Hill office. 

Afternoon Tea and Discussion with Senator Ben Cardin

100 days into the new Trump administration, PAKPAC leaders and members joined Senator Ben Cardin for an afternoon with tea. Senator Cardin (D-MD) is a ranking senator on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, a position previously held by Vice President Joe Biden. He...

PAKPAC Introduces its Young Professionals Advisory Council

PAKPAC is committed to multi-generational leadership and is proud to announce the expansion of its Advisory Council to include talented young professionals from around the country. PAKPAC believes that it is the responsibility of established diaspora organizations to...

PAKPAC’s New Washington, DC Office

Located just three blocks away from the US Capitol, PAKPAC intends to use this flagship address to take its long record of advocacy to the next level.