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Being Sikh in a time of intolerance

Fifteen years have come and gone since the September 11 attacks. What seemed, at the time, like a tragedy that would ultimately bring Americans together, has given way to the rise of racial prejudice, bigotry and violence against minority groups. … Continue reading

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UW Sikhs share their faith on Turban Day

Seva UW, a Sikh registered student organization, hosted Turban Day in Red Square on Friday to promote awareness and understanding of the UW Sikh community through free food and turbans. The event was part of a larger national movement by … Continue reading

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Sikh diaspora sees Frankfurt as a new low

Men of a Sikh seminary opposing the event of a Punjab Sikh preacher at Sikh Centre Gurdwara at Frankfurt in Germany. CHANDIGARH: At a time when Sikhs have been gaining space and recognition in the mainstream politics of different countries, … Continue reading

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Regina celebrates Sikh culture in 2nd annual parade

Organizer Surender Grewal says he’s noticed more of the Sikh community is keeping with tradition over the years. (Alec Salloum/CBC) Hundreds in Regina celebrated Sikh culture during the city’s second annual parade on Saturday. People walked from the Sikh temple … Continue reading

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British Role in June 1984 Attack on Sikhs: Sikh Body To Step Up Political & Legal Pressure

by: Gurjeet Singh London: The Sikh Federation (UK) has been successful in getting the Labour Party leadership to include an independent public inquiry into UK Government involvement in the 1984 Sikh Genocide. Akal Takhat Sahib after June 1984 In due … Continue reading

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