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    Sikh Youth Fit To Be Tied

    Sikh youth fit to be tied Turban competition reinforces cultural pride and combats racism. Sikh youth fit to be tied - The Globe and Mail With the help of his father Kulvir Lehal, Jujhar age four takes part in the Eighth annual turban competition in Surrey, B.C. April 5, 2010. The annual...
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    Being A New Sikh And Trying To Fit In - Sikhism Isnt Just For Punjabies?

    Post taken form Mrsikhnet.com written by Gurmastak Singh Being a "New Sikh" and Trying to Fit In [INDENT][COLOR=navy]"
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    Visiting Students Find Americans Don't Fit Stereotypes (U.S. State Department)

    More than 230 high school students from six countries concluded a year of study in the United States with a visit to Washington by meeting with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, U.S. senators, ambassadors from their home countries and other dignitaries. The students share a wide range of...
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    Visiting Students Find Americans Don't Fit Stereotypes (U.S. State Department)

    More than 230 high school students from six countries concluded a year of study in the United States with a visit to Washington by meeting with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, U.S. senators, ambassadors from their home countries and other dignitaries. The students share a wide range of...
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    Visiting Students Find Americans Don't Fit Stereotypes (U.S. State Department)

    More than 230 high school students from six countries concluded a year of study in the United States with a visit to Washington by meeting with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, U.S. senators, ambassadors from their home countries and other dignitaries. The students share a wide range of...
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    Visiting Students Find Americans Don't Fit Stereotypes (U.S. State Department)

    More than 230 high school students from six countries concluded a year of study in the United States with a visit to Washington by meeting with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, U.S. senators, ambassadors from their home countries and other dignitaries. The students share a wide range of...
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