You, Me and Van Jones

Millions more are rising up in solidarity. As this movement builds, how do we move from resistance to reimagining America?

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What does revolutionary love look like now?

Our cities are burning. The National Guard is rolling into our streets. People are

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Harness Gathering: Moving Through the Unknown

A discussion on the profound transition our world is going through, how we manage

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Invitation: A Virtual Gathering on Grieving & Awakening

Grieving together is an act of revolutionary love. Each day, we are moving

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A Story of “Chardi Kala”

A great elder in the Sikh community, Baba Punjab Singh, died this week. I want to tell you his story – and invite you to send a message to his family.

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A story about love at the border

I just returned from a trip to the U.S.-Mexico Border in Tijuana with our team. We worked in an asylum clinic, visited shelters, and met with local activists to understand the scale and scope of the refugee crisis.

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Happy Gurpurab

Five hundred years ago, in what is now India and Pakistan, a man named Nanak was distraught by the violence he saw around him.

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Eighteen Years Ago Today…

Eighteen years ago today, a Sikh father was murdered in front of his store in Mesa, Arizona by a man who called himself a patriot. Balbir Singh Sodhi became the first person killed in thousands of acts of hate in the aftermath of the horror of 9/11. 

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#NoMoreBystanders

On Saturday night, my parents took my four-year old to a summer concert in a park by the water. On the way home, Kavi was riding on his grandfather’s shoulders, on top of the world. He wanted to take the water taxi across the marina. They were waiting on the dock when they heard an irate voice.

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