(RNS) — A distant American icon comes alive for a Sikh and a Muslim in a British factory town and changes their lives forever.
(RNS) — British director Gurinder Chadha's latest film, 'Blinded by the Light,' depicts a lost teenager in Margaret Thatcher's Britain finding salvation through perhaps the unlikeliest of saviors — Bruce Springsteen.
(RNS) — Seeing someone dressed in unfamiliar attire, like a Punjabi kurta pajama, may cause confusion or raise an eyebrow. It should not be a cause for hate.
(RNS) — Divisive rhetoric is a serious threat to our dignity, but when people tell me to 'go back' to where I came from, my response is simple: I ask them what they have against Texans.
(RNS) — The love shown to a Senegalese Muslim basketball player — in a political moment of immense anti-immigrant, anti-black and anti-Muslim bigotry — shows us what a politically useful function sports can serve.
(RNS) — Sunita Vishwanath founded Sadhana in 2011 to counter those in India and abroad who she believes are co-opting Hinduism for political gain.
(RNS) — For both sides, treating human beings with basic respect and dignity, no matter who they are, is a test.
(RNS) — Where the arguments of laicity offered by defenders of Quebec's new law fall flat is in the real world.
(RNS) — Ethno-nationalism is a regressive way of constructing and inhabiting a nation, yet its popularity is surging in the skyrocketing Hindu nationalism in India or the rise of white nationalism in the United States.
(RNS) — The argument against Islam, says legal scholar Asma Uddin in a Q&A, has nothing to do with a philosophical interrogation of 'religion,' and everything to do with depriving Muslims of their rights.
(RNS) — The 108-year-old's record-breaking running career traverses key issues like classism, racism, literacy bias, ableism and ageism.
(RNS) — Connecting with a sacred moment of servant-leadership can be done by looking for ways to incorporate humility into our daily lives.
(RNS) — Enes Kanter is not your average NBA player. How many NBA players have clashed publicly with dictators and their regimes? Or have had their home countries request red notices from Interpol? Kanter, a Turkish native and current Portland Trail Blazer, has done all of that.
(RNS) — Why wouldn’t someone feel fearful when seeing a man with a turban on their airplane? Isn’t that precisely what society teaches us to think?
(RNS) — We need to re-lay our foundations with values that prioritize love and oneness.