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I'm a Sikh. So What? Now What?

Saturday
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May
2014
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This seminar provides the sangat, especially the youth, with an environment to learn, discuss, and engage themselves in Sikhi. On May 3, 2014, a seminar, 'Empowering Sikhi', was held to help educate and inspire youth and adults about different aspects of Sikhi and their lives. SikhRI members Harinder Singh and Kulvir Singh visited Gurdwara Mill Woods in Edmonton, AB, Canada, to conduct this seminar. This video is from the first session of the day. For youth and young adults, but all are welcome to share in the learning.

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