Call Us Warriors

Multimedia | August 07, 2013

Oak Creek Police Chief John Edwards addresses the sangat on the first anniversary of the shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin on Aug. 5, 2012.

The Voice of Chardi Kalaa

Multimedia | August 06, 2013

Lt. Brian Murphy was the first officer on the scene at the Oak Creek Gurdwara, and took 12 bullets from the gunman on Aug. 5, 2012. He has recovered and retired with a raspy voice among other health issues. He spoke to the sangat on the first anniversary of the shooting.

Wisconsin Governor Addresses Oak Creek Sangat on Anniversary

Multimedia | August 06, 2013

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker addressed the sangat of the Oak Creek Gurdwara for the one-year anniversary of the hate-crime shooting on Aug. 5, 2012, when six Sikhs were killed and two injured by a white supremacist. A police officer also was injured.

Harpreet Singh Saini on FBI Tracking Hate Crimes Against Sikhs

Multimedia | August 06, 2013

Harpreet Singh Saini, 19, son of the only woman killed in the Aug. 5, 2012 shooting at the Oak Creek, Wisconsin, Gurdwara, Paramjit Kaur, talks about his role in the FBI's approval almost a year later of tracking hate crimes against Sikhs.

Power of Belief

Multimedia | January 28, 2013

What began as Kiran Kaur Ahluwalia’s eighth grade English project ended up as one of six films in the youth cluster of the 2012 Sikhlens film festival in Los Angeles.

National Vigil

Multimedia | August 16, 2012

About 800 people gathered at Lafayette Park, across from the White House, to pay their respect to the victims of the Wisconsin gurdwara shooting. "I salute all of the Sikhs, particularly those of you who have worn the uniform," said Dick Black, Virginia state senator.

Virginia Vigil

Multimedia | August 15, 2012

About 300 people took part in the memorial service and vigil for the Wisconsin gurdwara shooting victims on Aug. 9 at the Sikh Foundation of Virginia. Several elected officials and religious leaders expressed their condolences and their support for the Sikh community.

Texas Memorial Service

Multimedia | August 13, 2012

About 450 people filled Temple Beth-El in San Antonio, Texas, on Wednesday, Aug. 8, for a vigil and interfaith memorial service that included speeches from Jewish, Catholic, Presbyterian, Bahia, Muslim and Hindu representatives.

Message from the Wisconsin Sangat

Multimedia | August 13, 2012

The following is a message from the sangat of Wisconsin, and all the Sikh advocacy groups working there, to all Sikhs that participated in memorial services and vigils, delivered by Navdeep Singh of the Sikh Americal Legal Defense and Education Fund, at the Sikh Foundation of Virginia on Aug. 9 (pictured).

United We Stand

Multimedia | August 13, 2012

Vigil in Washington for the Wisconsin gurdwara victims.

Palatine Memorial Service

Multimedia | August 11, 2012

The first memorial service for the victims of the Wisconsin gurdwara was held on Aug. 6 at the Palatine, Illinois, gurdwara.

Lachman Chellaram

Multimedia | November 02, 2011

Lachman Chellaram, from Solan, Himachal Pradesh, is reciting kirtan at various American gurdwaras and homes during October and November 2011.

Sikhs Protest PM's Address to UN

Multimedia | September 25, 2011

Hundreds of Sikhs protested in front of the United Nations headquarters in New York City yesterday, Sept. 24, during Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s address to the general assembly, demanding he sack Kamal Nath, union minister for urban development, for his alleged role in the November 1984 pogroms, according to Sikhs For Justice, a human rights organization in the city.

The Dark Side of India

Multimedia | June 13, 2011

Colin Gonsalves, senior advocate of the Supreme Court of India, was keynote speaker at the World Sikh Organization of Canada Annual Parliamentary Dinner on June 1, 2011. Gonsalves spoke of the great paradoxes of India: great economic power, huge hunger crisis, dismal human rights and the disappearance of Jaswant Singh Khalra.

Prayer Service for the people of Japan

Multimedia | April 15, 2011

Prayer Service for the people of Japan at Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Center in Bloomington, Indiana

White House Conference on Bullying Prevention

Multimedia | March 20, 2011

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Specialist Simran Preet Singh Lamba

Multimedia | December 08, 2010

Receiving honors. Captain Kamaljeet Singh Kalsi (left).

White House Answer on Amritsar

Multimedia | November 04, 2010

Jon Stewart's Rally to Restore Sanity

Multimedia | October 31, 2010

Entertainment at SALDEF Gala

Multimedia | October 18, 2010