“That day at the academy, as I stood outside the barbershop, I felt like I was betraying my upbringing. I didn’t want to look into the mirror for months.”
Sikh temples or gurdwaras usually offer a free service known as food langars. Volunteers are now dishing out oxygen instead.
'Empireland' author Sathnam Sanghera talks to VICE about how historical amnesia has created the perfect conditions for dangerous times.
There were around 200,000 Sikhs in Afghanistan before the start of the conflict in 1979
#BoycottAmazon has started trending after the tech giant came under fire for hurting religious sentiments once again.
The app called ‘Sikh Referendum 2020’ was suspected to have been created by a US-based Sikh secessionist group that is allegedly being backed by Pakistan’s intelligence agency. It has now been removed.
To keep up with the times, traditional Sikh langars that earlier served daal and roti are now modernising their menus.
“Words can barely describe how embarrassed, dejected, and hurt my wife, daughters, and I feel right now,” the chief wrote on Facebook.
Protest has been threatened if “Kaur” is not removed from the title.
In times when Sikh identity is challenged and misrepresented, we need to speak up—not blend in.
Award-winning filmmaker and lawyer Valarie Kaur tells Broadly that "net neutrality is a key civil rights issue—and moral imperative."
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