• “a standout figure in the world of interfaith organizing and activism”
  • a regular contributor to MSNBC
  • an award-winning filmmaker
  • “one of the most exceptional speakers and thinkers”
  • founder of groundswell, a multifaith movement for justice
  • valarie kaur: storytelling for social change


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About Valarie

Valarie KaurValarie Kaur is an award-winning filmmaker, civil rights lawyer, and interfaith leader who centers her work on storytelling for social change. She is the founder of Groundswell Movement, the nation’s largest multifaith online organizing community of 100,000+. She has led campaigns on hate crimes, racial profiling, immigration detention, marriage equality, solitary confinement, and the open Internet. She currently serves as Media and Strategy Fellow at Stanford Law School. She believes “the way we make change is just as important as the change we make.”

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Upcoming Appearances

  • Tue
    30
    Sep
    2014

    Storytelling and Relationship Building for Advocacy

    12:00 amHosted by the Student Peace Alliance

    A virtual talk and workshop for students, including chapters from STAND, Amnesty International, and organizers from the Conflict Free Campus Initiative. Invite only. Click here for more information.

  • Tue
    30
    Sep
    2014

    Storytelling and Relationship Building for Advocacy

    12:00 amHosted by the Student Peace Alliance

    A virtual talk and workshop for students, including chapters from STAND, Amnesty International, and organizers from the Conflict Free Campus Initiative. Invite only. Click here for more information.

  • Thu
    13
    Nov
    2014

    Seattle University

    Seattle, WA

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