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  1. Admin Singh

    USA Religious Radicalisation Among Some Muslims Could Invite Backlash To American Sikhs: ASC

    AMRITSAR: While expressing grave concern over religious radicalisation of a few Muslims in America, the American Sikh community has expressed apprehensions of backlash on Sikh American citizenry due to misinformation, ignorance about Sikh's unique identity, their turban and dress. Talking to...
  2. Admin Singh

    Society Letter To My Sikh Son: Be Proud Of Your Identity

    Editor’s Note: Bay Area resident Jaskaran Singh is dismayed that Sikhs in the U.S. are once again being mistaken for Muslims and becoming the target of hate crimes. Even so, he tells his 16-year-old son in a letter, Sikhs shouldn’t strip themselves of their identity even if it makes them stand...
  3. Admin Singh

    USA Punjabi Sikh-mexican American Community

    Amelia Singh Netervala points to her mother’s chicken curry enchiladas as the best metaphor for her childhood. Born to a Punjabi Sikh father and Mexican mother, her family was full of cultural contradictions: She went to church on Sundays with her mother and three siblings while her father...
  4. Tejwant Singh

    Sikhism Needs Liberal Democracy

    Sikhism Needs Liberal Democracy Ameek Singh Federal Financial Analyst, Accenture Posted: 03/01/2013 11:37 pm The West is the last place Sikh leaders have looked to for institutional guidance. To those who know our story, this should come as no surprise. Our parents immigrated to...
  5. Admin Singh

    USA History Of Hate: Crimes Against Sikhs Since 9/11

    The mass shooting of a gurdwara (Sikh temple) in Wisconsin on Sunday is merely the latest chapter in a history of violence. In the months following the attacks of 9/11, more than 300 incidences of hate crimes against Sikhs were reported, according to the Sikh Coalition (PDF). Though their...
  6. Admin Singh

    USA American Sikhs A Small, Misunderstood Community

    -- Ever since they arrived in the U.S. as farmers and lumber mill workers in the late 19th century, Sikhs have struggled with how little Americans knew about the faith. In 1907, a mob in Bellingham, Wash., who called Sikhs "the Hindus," ran them out of town. (Bellingham officials apologized...
  7. spnadmin

    Canada American Sikhs Express Solidarity With Canadian Sikhs On Kirpan Issue

    USA: January 22, 2011. (PCP) The World Sikh Council – America Region (WSC-AR) appreciates and stands in solidarity with the efforts of Sikhs in Canada, led by the World Sikh Organization (WSO) of Canada, in refusing to enter the Quebec National Assembly on January 18, 2011 without their...
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