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Sikh Topics

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  • Simranjeetsingh
    As memorials are held to remember the Sikh worshipers shot dead at a Wisconsin temple,
    we’re joined by Simran Jeet Singh, a Sikh community activist and doctoral candidate in religion at Columbia University. In response to Sunday’s shooting, he posted a commentary called, "As a Sikh-American I Refuse to Live in Fear and Negativity." Singh writes: "Although it will be important to understand what motivated the violence,...
    Aug 07, 2012 | Story
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    By Amy Goodman with Denis Moynihan

    With an average of 32 people killed by guns in this country every day—the equivalent of five Wisconsin massacres per day—both major parties refuse to deal with gun control. It’s the consensus, not the gridlock, that’s the problem.

    Aug 09, 2012 | Columns & Articles
  • Serve2uniteguest1
    This week marks the one-year anniversary of the attack by neo-Nazi gunman Wade Michael Page on a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, that left six dead and five wounded. We speak with two guests whose unlikely alliance was born out of this tragedy: Pardeep Kaleka, the son of the former temple president, Satwant Singh Kaleka, who was killed in the attack; and Arno Michaelis, a former white supremacist and author of "My Life After...
    Aug 09, 2013 | Story