Sikhism

Taco trucks and voter guides boost political profiles of faith communities at the margins

By Alejandra Molina — October 28, 2020

(RNS) — Civic engagement, said one activist, humanizes minority faith groups in the eyes of the rest of the electorate.

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How corrosive politics make us all less safe

By Simran Jeet Singh — September 25, 2020

(RNS) — As we vote on our future, America needs to draw on its diverse strengths to solve the problems that confront us all.

During West Coast wildfires, religious groups prepare meals, offer spiritual guidance

By Alejandra Molina — September 11, 2020

LOS ANGELES (RNS) — As numerous wildfires rage across the West Coast, religious groups and their volunteers are receiving donations, delivering meals and offering sanctuary to families who have either lost their homes or who have been forced to evacuate their neighborhoods.

More than 350 faith leaders to back Biden for president, including many first-time endorsers

By Jack Jenkins — August 27, 2020

(RNS) — ‘I think progressive Christianity is a sleeping giant,’ said the Rev. Nadia Bolz-Weber.

Writing the inspirational Sikh story my children — and everyone — need to see

By Simran Jeet Singh — August 25, 2020

(RNS) — If kids can learn to see the humanity of those who look different from them, they can learn to see the humanity in everyone they encounter — including their own.

Yogi Bhajan, yoga guru and founder of 3HO, ‘more likely than not’ sexually abused followers, says report

By Philip Deslippe, Stacie Stukin — August 18, 2020

(RNS) — The report details a range of alleged abuses against women and female minors that include rape, sexual battery, sexual abuse and sexual harassment. Bhajan is best known for introducing Kundalini Yoga to the West and formed a worldwide community of 3HO ashrams.

Harris’ nomination shows why representation matters, but is not enough

By Simran Jeet Singh — August 12, 2020

(RNS) — The Democratic vice presidential nominee has to show the moral courage to address her own role in perpetuating systems that drag underrepresented communities down.

From changing lives to preaching at iPads: How clergy are coping with the new normal

By Adelle M. Banks — July 24, 2020

(RNS) — ‘We moved from snow day mentality to marathon mentality now,’ said pastor and church consultant Rob Dyer.

Hate crime charge added for Colorado man accused of running over Sikh store owner

By Aysha Khan — July 22, 2020

(RNS) — Prosecutors have added a hate crime charge against a man accused of striking a 61-year-old Sikh man with his car and leaving him for dead almost three months ago.

An outsider’s encounter with the Psalms

By Simran Jeet Singh — July 5, 2020

(RNS) — Instead of trying to contextualize it as a scholar, I decided to approach Psalm 133 as a reader and see how it might speak to me.

Valarie Kaur: ‘Revolutionary love is showing up in the labor for justice’

By Simran Jeet Singh — June 30, 2020

(RNS) — The filmmaker, lawyer and civil rights activist talks about her debut book, ‘See No Stranger: A Memoir and Manifesto of Revolutionary Love.’

From farm labor to food trucks, Sikhs adapt langar to serve the masses during a pandemic

By Aysha Khan — June 26, 2020

(RNS) – Across the country, Sikh gurdwaras are finding new ways to carry out a tradition as old as their religion.

Sikhs and policing — the tension between freedom and justice

By Simran Jeet Singh — June 12, 2020

RNS — In a moment when so much is at stake, it feels critical that we make space for diverse approaches that move us in the right direction.

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