To empower South Dakotans with accurate information about Islam, Muslims, immigrants and refugees to fight Islamophobia and anti-immigrant bigotry in order to nurture informed, inclusive and civically engaged communities while supporting legislation and candidates within this mission.

SD Voices for Justice

is the lobbying and policy arm tackling Islamophobic and anti-refugee/immigration legislation in South Dakota, exposing politicians, organizations and others in supporting the spread of this propganda and educating South Dakotans on who is involved in spreading Islamophobia in our state.


Senator Tapio does not have unilateral authority

January 8th, 2018|

For Immediate Release January 8, 2017 Contact: Taneeza Islam, SDVFP Executive Director 605.782.9560/taneeza@southdakotavoicesforpeace.org Samantha Spawn, SDVFJ [...]


Say No To SB 193

February 22nd, 2018|

Who:  Senate Judiciary Committee What: Senate Bill 193:  forcing “local governmental units” to report the [...]

Oppose SB 200

February 21st, 2018|

Who: Senate State Affairs Committee What: SB 200 – stopping all refugee resettlement including “indirect” resettlement. When: Wednesday, February [...]

Oppose SCR 13

February 5th, 2018|

Emergency action alert: Oppose SCR 13 “recognizing root cause of global terrorism is the religion [...]

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Join a coalition to spread accurate information about Islam, Muslim, immigrants, and refugees through a statewide storytelling campaign in South Dakota so our neighbors understand our collective experiences in being South Dakotan.

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South Dakota Voices For Justice is a registered nonprofit organization with the State of South Dakota. We advocate for social and political change “in order to nurture informed, inclusive and civically engaged communities while supporting legislation and candidates that embody this mission” in compliance with IRS regulations. SDVFJ is not affiliated with any political party or organization. We welcome and are inclusive of all people, regardless of race, age, religion, ethnicity, national origin, color, gender, disability, sexual orientation, or citizenship. Since our work occasionally involves political activities, contributions are not tax-deductible.