Education Secretary Visits Sikh Free School
"It's a happy purposeful school with fabulous children and committed staff, governors and parents. And it's just a delight to be here to see what starts as a piece of paper in Whitehall transformed into a school here in Leicester."
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Changing Perceptions ~ Sikh Superfan on TEDx
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Toronto has been named the most multicultural city in the world, yet many of the immigrants to the city still encounter racism long after they’ve arrived.
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Settlement Reached After Sikh Student Harassment
“Every child should be able to attend school without fear of being taunted and physically assaulted based on his religion or national origin.”
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Sikh World War I Veterans Honored in UK Memorial Service
[VIDEO] The Sikh community was recently honored by the UK government in a memorial service which recognized the contributions by Sikh soldiers in World War I.
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Chaar Sahibzaade Winning Hearts All Over
[VIDEO] Given the film was to tell the generations to come about the real story behind the reverence of Shri Guru Govind Singh, its heart-warming that a lawyer in Ludhiana has collected funds and is showing the movie to about 3,000 children from 5 different schools.
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Seva Food Bank Pulls in Bank on Gurpurab
[Photos] Angie Rehal, one of the organizers at Seva Food Bank, said, “The food and funds collected allow us to not only feed more people but also tackle the issues of food security, hunger and poverty in our local community.”
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U.S. City Declares 1984 Anti-Sikh Violence as "Genocide"
[VIDEO] The city of Harvey Illinois is the first to make such a resolution. It was passed with this prayer: "Merciful God protect us from the violations of religious and human violations. The survivors, we want to view them as children of fire."
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It's Time To Grow
This time of year I get to talk to you personally and that means a lot to me.
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Sikh woman wins settlement from US government over wearing religious knife
Kawal Tagore worked at the IRS when she was baptized in the Sikh faith. She wore a kirpan, a small ceremonial knife, and was not allowed into her workplace. Now, she’s receiving a settlement.
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Interview With Gurmeet Kaur ~ Punjabi Folktale
You can find folktales from around the world easily; all cultures have done a wonderful job in preserving and presenting their folk literature to their children in an attractive way; why haven't we? The question bothered me...
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