SIX YEARS AGO TODAY, a white supremacist opened fire in a Sikh gurdwara in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, killing six people and wounding many more. It was one of the largest mass shootings on a faith community in U.S. history yet largely forgotten by the public. Sharat Raju and I spent months on the ground, chronicling how the Sikh community responded to hate and violence with courage and love.

Their story is a beacon for today, a story of #RevolutionaryLove. Please WATCH & SHARE our 9 min short film below.

For more, read this reflection on the legacy of Oak Creek 6 years later from our sister Deepa Iyer:Read the article >>