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Saturday
,
13
February
2021

Transcendent Love

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Saturday
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13
February
2021

Transcendent Love

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Saturday
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16
January
2021

Farmers Protest: Mainstream, Media, & Morcha

Join us on January 16th in conversation with Harmeet Singh, Nimrat Kaur, and Sandeep Singh on the farmer protests moderated by Harinder Singh. This webinar will discuss the protests as a pan India movement beyond the 3 Farm Bills. We will focus on the Indian and International media coverage and the Sikh historical context of Morcha in Delhi and Panjab.

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Saturday
,
5
December
2020

Bhai Vir Singh: His Fragrance Travels Through Centuries

In this conversation, we will be joined by scholar Dr. Nikky-Guninder Kaur Singh, author, poet, and artist, Inni Kaur, and educator, Surinder Singh as they discuss the poetry, Gurbani, and the inspiration of Bhai Vir Singh.

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Saturday
,
14
November
2020

Stories That Transform Children

How can we use the enchantment of children’s books to build bridges between worlds? How do we diversify the stories we tell, hear, and read? How can parents, educators, and childcare workers engage and share diverse stories? Join us in conversation with social entrepreneur and children’s book author, Deanna Singh, writer, scholar, and activist, Simran Jeet Singh, and author, poet, and artist, Inni Kaur. Together, let’s re-imagine storytelling for a new generation and tell stories that deserve to be told.

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Saturday
,
31
October
2020

Genocide

How do we remember? How do we advocate? How do we survive? Please join us for a webinar with three leading voices in the November 1984 Anti-Sikh pogroms study. Dr. Ishmeet Kaur, a professor at the University of Gujarat, will help us explore the literary and artistic response to the Pogroms. Dr. Shruti Devgan, a professor at Bowdoin College, has researched in the diasporic, 1st, and 2nd generation response to the events of 1984 and how the events have been commemorated digitally. Finally, Mr. Ryan Singh Kohli, a leading public law practitioner in the UK, will share his work with Sardar HS Phoolka in the struggle for legal justice for the victims of November 1984.

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Saturday
,
10
October
2020

The Guru Granth Sahib Project

Join us in conversation with the project’s global lead researchers: Harinder Singh, Ishmeet Kaur, Jasleen Kaur, and Jaswant Singh as we delve into how this idea came to fruition, the transcreation process, the challenges, and how these translations will differ from other current translations.

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Saturday
,
3
October
2020

State of the Panth Report: Sikhi & Sexuality

Sexuality is not something that is frequently discussed in the Panth (Sikh Collective). The report clearly outlines Sikh perspectives on major topics like lust, marriage, homosexuality, and polygamy. What does Bani say about sexuality? How do we differentiate between sex and sexuality? How have colonialism, nationalism, and other historical processes influenced the Sikh understanding of sexuality? What role, if any, should institutions play in supporting Sikhs of all gender identities and sexual orientations?

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Saturday
,
26
September
2020

Building Business with Sikh Ethics

Join us as we welcome Balraj Singh Mann, Jaswinder Singh Chadha, and Paramjit Kaur Matharu to discuss the intersections of business and Sikhi.

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Friday
,
25
September
2020

Hari Singh Nalua

Presented by SikhRI.

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Saturday
,
5
September
2020

Giani Dit Singh & Caste Dynamics

Join us as we welcome Harinder Singh and Surinder Singh Jodhka for a cross-continental conversation on historical and contemporary caste dynamics through the life and times of Giani Dit Singh.

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1100 Central Park Drive
Saturday
,
28
September
2019

Guru Nanak: Sakhi and Sabad

Greenbriar Recreation Centre

An interactive workshop for everyone aged 16+.

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2832 Slough Street
Saturday
,
28
September
2019

I am Kaur

Seva Food Bank

A Gurbani-based Discussion for Kaurs of All Ages.

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A-544A Sushant Lok -1
Saturday
,
6
July
2019

Mape - Niane – Workshop

544-A

Join us for a workshop and discussion on relevant issues today’s parents face. The workshop will provide a Sikhi viewpoint on parenting by delving into Gurbani and Sikh tradition. Parents with young kids and teenagers are invited.

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775 Talamini Rd
Saturday
,
8
June
2019

1984: Bearing Witness

Ohr Tikvah Jewish Healing Center

Join us as Dr. Ishmeet Kaur and Harinder Singh focus on the events of June & November 1984.

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541 Prospect St
Sunday
,
7
April
2019

Daddy's Turban Reading & Signing

Khalsa School, Glen Rock Gurudwara

Join Inni Kaur, Painter, Author, & Artist as she launches her newest publication, Daddy’s Turban.

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17710 56a Ave
Saturday
,
6
April
2019

MeToo Presentation

Surrey Museum

In this presentation, Jasleen Kaur hopes to explore the questions “What would it take for the #metoo movement to happen in the Sikh community? What could our #metoo movement look like? And what are the unique challenges our community must overcome in order to get there?" 

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17710 56a Ave
Saturday
,
6
April
2019

Naujavan Sojhi - Love: Experience the Divine

Surrey Museum

Join us as Jasleen Kaur, SikhRI Researcher, leads a Naujavan Sojhi Session at Sikh Heritage Month BC for Sikh teens and explores the meaning of Love in the context of cultivating a personal relationship with Ik Oankar, and to think more about our personal Sikhi journeys.

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NH1 Off
Thursday
,
28
March
2019

Kartarpur Karta Vasai

Guru Nanak Dev University

2019 is Nanakshahi#550. Join us as Harinder Singh focuses on Sri Kartarpur Sahib, since its inception to now and beyond....

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1 Public Library Plaza
Monday
,
25
March
2019

Women in Ministry: An Interfaith Perspective

Ferguson Library

Join Inni Kaur, Painter, Author, and Artist at the Women in Ministry: An Interfaith Perspective event in Stamford, CT.

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Saturday
,
16
January
2021

Farmers Protest: Mainstream, Media, & Morcha

Join us on January 16th in conversation with Harmeet Singh, Nimrat Kaur, and Sandeep Singh on the farmer protests moderated by Harinder Singh. This webinar will discuss the protests as a pan India movement beyond the 3 Farm Bills. We will focus on the Indian and International media coverage and the Sikh historical context of Morcha in Delhi and Panjab.

Learn more⟶
Saturday
,
5
December
2020

Bhai Vir Singh: His Fragrance Travels Through Centuries

In this conversation, we will be joined by scholar Dr. Nikky-Guninder Kaur Singh, author, poet, and artist, Inni Kaur, and educator, Surinder Singh as they discuss the poetry, Gurbani, and the inspiration of Bhai Vir Singh.

Learn more⟶
Saturday
,
14
November
2020

Stories That Transform Children

How can we use the enchantment of children’s books to build bridges between worlds? How do we diversify the stories we tell, hear, and read? How can parents, educators, and childcare workers engage and share diverse stories? Join us in conversation with social entrepreneur and children’s book author, Deanna Singh, writer, scholar, and activist, Simran Jeet Singh, and author, poet, and artist, Inni Kaur. Together, let’s re-imagine storytelling for a new generation and tell stories that deserve to be told.

Learn more⟶
Saturday
,
31
October
2020

Genocide

How do we remember? How do we advocate? How do we survive? Please join us for a webinar with three leading voices in the November 1984 Anti-Sikh pogroms study. Dr. Ishmeet Kaur, a professor at the University of Gujarat, will help us explore the literary and artistic response to the Pogroms. Dr. Shruti Devgan, a professor at Bowdoin College, has researched in the diasporic, 1st, and 2nd generation response to the events of 1984 and how the events have been commemorated digitally. Finally, Mr. Ryan Singh Kohli, a leading public law practitioner in the UK, will share his work with Sardar HS Phoolka in the struggle for legal justice for the victims of November 1984.

Learn more⟶
Saturday
,
10
October
2020

The Guru Granth Sahib Project

Join us in conversation with the project’s global lead researchers: Harinder Singh, Ishmeet Kaur, Jasleen Kaur, and Jaswant Singh as we delve into how this idea came to fruition, the transcreation process, the challenges, and how these translations will differ from other current translations.

Learn more⟶
Saturday
,
3
October
2020

State of the Panth Report: Sikhi & Sexuality

Sexuality is not something that is frequently discussed in the Panth (Sikh Collective). The report clearly outlines Sikh perspectives on major topics like lust, marriage, homosexuality, and polygamy. What does Bani say about sexuality? How do we differentiate between sex and sexuality? How have colonialism, nationalism, and other historical processes influenced the Sikh understanding of sexuality? What role, if any, should institutions play in supporting Sikhs of all gender identities and sexual orientations?

Learn more⟶
Saturday
,
26
September
2020

Building Business with Sikh Ethics

Join us as we welcome Balraj Singh Mann, Jaswinder Singh Chadha, and Paramjit Kaur Matharu to discuss the intersections of business and Sikhi.

Learn more⟶
Friday
,
25
September
2020

Hari Singh Nalua

Presented by SikhRI.

Learn more⟶
Saturday
,
5
September
2020

Giani Dit Singh & Caste Dynamics

Join us as we welcome Harinder Singh and Surinder Singh Jodhka for a cross-continental conversation on historical and contemporary caste dynamics through the life and times of Giani Dit Singh.

Learn more⟶
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