Tag: Valarie Kaur

WHAT DO WE DO NOW? JOIN THE FRONT LINES.

WHAT DO WE DO NOW? JOIN THE FRONT LINES.

This was originally published on Auburn Seminary’s Website here.  As a Sikh American mother, I have been terrified since Election Day. More than 400 incidents of hate and bias have swept America in the name of President-Elect Trump. Soon his administration will consider proposals that […]

A Sikh Prayer for America on November 9th, 2016

A SIKH PRAYER FOR AMERICA ON NOV 9, 2016 Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh In our tears and agony, we hold our children close and confront the truth: The future is dark. But my faith dares me to ask: What if this […]

Election Night: Why I Vow To Fight with #RevolutionaryLove

Election Night: Why I Vow To Fight with #RevolutionaryLove

  Why I #VowToFight: When the first election results came in tonight – and the unthinkable became possible, then inevitable – I first put my hand over my mouth. I felt the horror in my throat, my face flushed, my breathing shallow. I wanted to […]

KAUR TOURS USA FIGHTING HATE WITH LOVE

KAUR TOURS USA FIGHTING HATE WITH LOVE

This fall I have been on stages across the country with the Together Tour. Each evening courageous, trailblazing women gather to share their stories, to weave them into a beautiful tapestry. It has been a humbling and magical experience thus far. I am so thankful to Kaur […]

100 Dialogues for Revolutionary Love This Election Season

100 Dialogues for Revolutionary Love This Election Season

This election season, campuses and communities across the country will host 100 FILM SCREENINGS and DIALOGUES on Revolutionary Love. They will screen our film Divided We Fall, the first documentary film to chronicle the struggles of Sikh and Muslim Americans in the aftermath of 9/11 and […]

Combat Hate with Love: Join Me this Election Season!

Combat Hate with Love: Join Me this Election Season!

The way that America commemorates the 15 year anniversary of 9/11 will shape our nation’s future. Will we honor the dead by recommitting our nation to love? Or will we allow 9/11 to be used to incite hate and violence this election season? As a […]

Is the Internet About to Get Sloooooow?

Is the Internet About to Get Sloooooow?

Published on CNN. Editor’s note: Barbara van Schewick is an expert on net neutrality, a professor at Stanford Law School and director of the Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society. She is the author of “Internet Architecture and Innovation.” Follow her on Twitter […]

Interview: The Legacy Project

Interview: The Legacy Project

Published by The Legacy Project. Valarie Kaur is a national interfaith leader, documentary filmmaker, and lawyer who centers her work around the power of storytelling. She is the founder of Groundswell at Auburn Seminary, a non-profit initiative with 100,000 members that equips people of faith in social movements. Working with students and […]

Two Years Ago Today…

Two Years Ago Today…

Two years ago today, six people of faith were killed, and many others wounded, in a mass shooting at the Sikh house of worship in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. It was the largest act of violence on a faith community in the US since the bombing […]

First-Ever Sikh Prayer at the Pentagon – My Remarks

First-Ever Sikh Prayer at the Pentagon – My Remarks

Published by Huffington Post. The following remarks were delivered at the Pentagon’s first-ever event to commemorate the Sikh faith on April 25, 2014. Hosted by the Pentagon Chaplain, the program was organized by Major Kalsi, Captain Rattan, Corporal Lamba, and the Sikh Coalition, an organization […]