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With their distinctive appearance and religious practices, Sikh-Americans often find themselves at the center of discrimination.

Mool Mantar - Affirmations Amidst Adversity by JASTEENA KAUR DHILLON

I realize that I am being challenged to maintain my faith, while still dealing with the reality of violence and inequality.

Songs of My Beloved by S.J. KAUR

Each night, my 2-yr old daughter and I cuddle up together, small hands in big. It's time for nini-paatth ...

Here and Now by I.J. SINGH

The command in Guru Granth to 'meditate' asks me to center the mind. This is crucial to a meaningful life ...

Standing Logic On Its Head by I.J. SINGH & MANJYOT KAUR

Simplistic comparisons are easily propounded, but almost always remain of minimal value.

Manhattan's Young TUrban Professionals by SAMUEL G. FREEDMAN

What caught his eye was that the other members of the sangat were like him - the BlackBerry crowd. 

Converts to Sikhi:
The Challenges They Face by AMRIT KAUR

Many feel a lack of community - isolated and alone. From the community they've left and the community they've joined.

Sikhi's Green Philosophy:
Pavan-Guru Paani-Pita Maata-Dharat by JASMEET KAUR SIDHU

As a Sikh-Canadian, I loved the idea of enaging members of my faith into the climate change discussion.

Dawn to Dusk:
A Day in the Life of a Granthi by MERVYN DYKES

For Giani Sarindar Singh and Giani Manjeet Singh, the days can be long because the gurdwara never closes. 

Daya - Compassion:
One is Made of Many by T. BYRAM KARASU

Without any hesitation, the elderly Sikh gave him fifteen rupees.

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