(RNS) — Trump's Muslim ban is part of an alarming trend of ostensibly democratic nation-states targeting Muslims.
(RNS) — As banker, broadcast journalist and now a consultant to business startups, Mandeep Rai found universal values that synced with her Sikh faith.
(RNS) — A Muslim mob surrounded the Gurdwara Janam Asthan, marking the birthplace of Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhi.
(RNS) — Historically, the 'gift' of salvation has been weaponized time and time again to justify intervention and conquest.
(RNS) — If I were a white scholar, would anyone question the appropriateness of my teaching Buddhism?
(RNS) — A system of hate crime reporting that doesn't include Heather Heyer's death in Charlottesville or a murder of a Sikh in Tulsa won't lead to real solutions.
(RNS) — This November, Sikhs around the world are celebrating the 550th birth anniversary of their founder-prophet, Guru Nanak.
(RNS) — Hari Kondabolu might be the only comic in the world with a Netflix special and a graduate degree in human rights.
(RNS) — 'The decaying of the soul often leads to decaying of societies, of countries, of nations, of the world.'
(RNS) — In the various stories that make Oct. 27 a holy day for so many, we have models of what true righteousness looks like. They are sharp rejoinders of what we should be doing and how we should be living.
(RNS) — Racial profiling takes a toll on our deepest and most sacred relationships, reason enough to end this damaging and painful practice.
(RNS) — Celebrating the kind way in which a man told a Canadian politician he should remove his turban misses the point entirely.
(RNS) — Sandeep Singh Dhaliwal accepted the risks of creating awareness, forging new relationships and building trust for Sikhs like him and minorities everywhere.
(RNS) — Even when we excuse the perpetuation of stereotypes by claiming ignorance or good intentions, it’s undeniable that they impact others in harmful ways.
(RNS) — Seeing oneness in difference is the only way I know for us to move beyond our supremacies and to begin treating one another as equals.