By Annabelle Estera, Asian Pacific American Network, Ohio State University One of the best parts of my job is the ability to bring in engaging, thought-provoking, and […]Read more
Today, families are gathering together around great bonfires in Northern India and around the world to celebrate Lohri, the harvest festival of Punjab. As a girl, […]Read more
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Valarie Kaur is an award-winning filmmaker, civil rights advocate, and interfaith leader who centers her work around the power of storytelling. She is the founder of Groundswell at Auburn Seminary, a non-profit initiative with 80,000+ members that equips people of faith to mobilize for social change. For the last decade, she has led national campaigns responding to hate crimes, racial profiling, immigration detention, and solitary confinement.
Wed23Apr20145:00 pmWestwoods School 50 Judson Lane, Farmington, CT
An Evening with Valarie Kaur
A SNEHA fundraiser to support South Asian women will feature Valarie as the guest of honor and keynote speaker. Ticketing details coming soon.
Fri25Apr201412:40–1:30 pmWashington, DC
Vaisakhi Celebration at the Pentagon
The Office of the Pentagon Chaplain, Major Kalsi, Captain Rattan, Corporal Lamba, and the Sikh Coalition will hold the first ever Vaisakhi celebration at the Pentagon.
Sat26Apr20145:30 pmCipriani 42nd Street, 110 East 42nd Street, New York, NY
Auburn Seminary’s 18th Annual Lives of Commitment Awards Benefit Breakfast
Honoring bold, resilient leaders of faith and moral courage who bridge religious divides, build community, pursue justice, and heal the world. To purchase tickets, click here.