First Sikh woman to take home an EMMY! 

Harpreet Kaur is also a public speaker, community activist and is married to Manmeet Singh, a classical musician, activi...

Harpreet Kaur, an award winning filmmaker wins an EMMY for producing stories for Maryland Farm & Harvest. Harpreet is a producer at Maryland Public Television, a member station of PBS, USA and the founder of Sach Productions. 

Among Harpreet's award winning films are, The Widow Colony and A Little Revolution.  While the former is a film focusing on the Sikh widows of the 1984 Sikh massacre the later deals with the impact on children who’ve been effected by farmer suicides in India.  She started her career in news reporting and was the first Sikh news reporter on screen to cover stories in the Washington DC area. Through compelling stories, Harpreet has touched the lives of the individuals in her documentaries and has captured audiences with her ability to effectively, creatively and honestly tell stories that convey a strong sense of the people and places she covers. She has used her passion for storytelling to entertain, educate and inspire change!   

Harpreet Kaur is also a public speaker, community activist and is married to Manmeet Singh, a classical musician, activist and an entrepreneur.  

For additional information and links to Harpreet's projects visit www.SachProductions.org

 

 

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