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By: Noor Kaur (Age 13) From the panel of inspiring women, I learned many, many things. But the first thing that I remember when I think of this day, is that the only way to succeed, to make a lasting … Continue reading

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By Tevleen Kaur (age-10) I went to the Sikh Coalition’s  Sikh Women event in New York. It was a lot of fun, and it was a good learning experience.  I learned that if I believe in myself I can do … Continue reading

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By: Taveen Kaur March 30, 2014 I attended a Sikh Coalition seminar in New York City. The seminar was called “Sikh Women In Contemporary America”. The three main speakers were Inni Kaur, Reshma Kaur, and Valerie Kaur. Each of them … Continue reading

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On March 4th, 2014, Sikhs in Georgia were formally recognized at the State Capitol by the House of Representatives – colorful turbans were a common sight at the Capitol throughout that day. A resolution was introduced to recognize and celebrate … Continue reading

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August 5, 2012 will always stand out as a day that shaped my work, my goals, and where I wanted to see my community in the future. Growing up in a post-9/11 world, I saw community members suffering terrible hate … Continue reading

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Open publication – Free publishing – More 2012

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Today we mark Human Rights Day by concluding our three part series Lessons of History and a Responsibility to Never Forget.   While Parts I and II covered the period up to 1995, Part III covers 1995 to the present day. … Continue reading

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The Sikh community has been lifted by the support from across America for those lost in the Oak Creek tragedy. It is in the best tradition of what makes America great. On Sunday, August 12, we ask you and your … Continue reading

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From our 2011 Diversity Essay Competition (posted in 2012) and particularly relevant since Oak Creek. We must address things that contribute to hate and intolerance.

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Amardeep Singh, Programming Director and Co-Founder of the Sikh Coalition has been on the ground in Oak Creek, WI and gives MSNBC Brian Williams show a view of what’s important in following up to this atrocity.

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