Wisconsin Sikh leader: Hatred's wounds are deep, and healing takes courage
When Pardeep Kaleka heard about the church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina, grief and terror came flooding back to him. For nearly three years he has had to live with sorrow and uncertainty, ever since the day a gunman opened fire at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin.
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Oak Creek Sikhs Hold Prayer for Charleston
Organizers hoped to attract enough people to hold hands and stretch from Charleston to the town of Mount Pleasant on the other side of the Cooper River. It’s another example of unity and solidarity with the people of Charleston as they process this tragedy.
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Salem Parade Honors 1st Sikh Martyr
The event honored Sri Guru Arjan Dev Ji Sahib's Martyrdom Day. Guru Arjan became the first Sikh martyr when Emperor Jahangir ordered his execution in 1606.
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Promoting Bullying Prevention Awareness in the Sikh American Community
[VIDEO] White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and the Sikh Coalition held a Bullying Prevention Sikh Google Hangout.Ambassadors Program, Naureen Singh organized the discussion to educate Sikh American youth,...
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Pharmacogenics- What is It and Why You Need to Know!
Over the last 10 years, it has come to public knowledge that genes do not necessarily have to express themselves. Integrative doctors have brought to our patients’ attention that genes are turned on or off...
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Sikhs To Travel to Charleston in Wake of Shooting
[VIDEO] The shooting rampage in Charleston is bringing back memories of a similar tragedy in southeastern Wisconsin back in 2012
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Canadian Gvt: Turban Screening Not Needed
[VIDEO] The federal transport minister says there’s no need to re-impose a rule that required passengers to remove religious headgear when going through airport security.
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Sikh Musical Heritage - The Untold Story
The Sikh Music documentary will share the extensive academic and community that tells what is Kirtan, why is it important, and why did Guru Nanak Dev ji use Kirtan as a means of communication.
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Afghanistan's Sikhs Feel Alienated, Pressured to Leave
Afghanistan's once-thriving Sikh community is dwindling fast as many choose to leave the country of their birth to escape what they say is growing intolerance and discrimination.
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Panthic Efforts for a Global Presence
[VIDEO] "I've practically become a Sikh. Those of you who know me, know the extent to which this is true. What I mean is, the quest of the Sikh community has become my quest as well."
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