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Simran Jeet Singh
Activist-Writer-Scholar-Speaker-Columnist-Runner-Dad Everyone needs a Sikh friend. I'm more than happy to be yours. 👳🏾‍♂️❤️✌🏾 Contact: meghan@freshspeakers.com
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Simran Jeet Singh 32m
did you really think i wouldn't write a review of 's new film, blinded by the light
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Imagine a white woman shouting in your face “I want you out of my f*cking country” — and responding with grace and strength like this Muslim brother in Albany, NY. ✊🏾❤️
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cultural_icon_mÀn Aug 12
amazing: what the british did to the world in a single cabinet
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Kashmir is under siege. India’s actions reek of impropriety and are reminiscent of recent humanitarian crises. Read this to learn more:
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Karine Jean-Pierre 14h
"I think my rhetoric brings people together," he said last week, four days after a 21-year-old allegedly posted an anti-immigrant screed online and then allegedly opened fire at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, killing 22 and injuring dozens of others.
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Julio-Cesar Chavez 15h
Thousands of El Pasoans are saying goodbye to Margie Reckard, victims of the and consoling her husband They had no family in El Paso so he invited the public. The line to enter stretches for nearly half a mile. This is
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"I've got to speak up, if only to point out the hypocrisies of those now in power. Time will tell whether that's smart politically or not." —
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My squad is revolutionary. My squad is fearless. My squad is heroic.
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joanna schroeder Aug 12
Do you have white teenage sons? Listen up. I've been watching my boys' online behavior & noticed that social media and vloggers are actively laying groundwork in white teens to turn them into alt-right/white supremacists. Here's how:
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Religion News Service 21h
‘Blinded by the Light’ makes a savior of Springsteen,' writes .
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Thomas Reese, S.J. 21h
‘Blinded by the Light’ makes a savior of Springsteen
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Chautauqua Institution 23h
WATCH! ⏯ , educator, writer and activist, will give the eighth Interfaith Friday lecture of this afternoon in the Hall of Philosophy. Join us at for a livestream of his presentation starting at 2:00 p.m.!
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Simran Jeet Singh Aug 16
My excuse is that I hadn’t slept all night because of the kids and was exhausted but I shared a car with her for 90 min and even let her borrow my phone charger and it wasn’t until she left the car that I realized she was THE 😭❤️😭❤️
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Simran Jeet Singh Aug 16
off to buffalo!
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The Chautauquan Daily Aug 16
., an activist, author and educator, will discuss the concept of evil in Sikhism in this installment of Interfaith Friday. Story by .
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Hasan Minhaj Aug 15
As India celebrates its independence, let's think about the people who don't seem to have any right now.
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Amina Akhtar Aug 15
Both my parents had to move to Pakistan during partition. Both families faced violence as they made their way to their new home. I don’t know a desi family not affected by partition.
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Colin Kaepernick Aug 14
Today marks the three year anniversary of the first time I protested systemic oppression. I continue to work and stand with the people in our fight for liberation, despite those who are trying to erase the movement! The movement has always lived with the people! ✊🏾 🎥:
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Gurdip Singh Sahota Aug 15
My mom was a precocious 4 year old who was forced to abandon her home in Lyallpur, Punjab which tragically was now on the Pakistan side after . Soon the attacks started on her village & she scooped up her younger brother & ran out to join the refugee caravan to India.
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Geet Jeswani Aug 15
My uncle still talks about how our family left everything behind in Pakistan and had to start from scratch. They knew they had to leave when a friend of theirs who worked at a police station told them things were going to get messy.
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