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Liv - Misl Amrika Role Sikh Americans Must Play

Thursday
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24
February
2011
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Over the past century, SGPC and ancillary institutions evolved in Punjab in response to sociopolitical needs and realities of the day. Times have changed and Sikhs now have a worldwide presence. We now need models of self-governance and accountability that successfully knit the Sikhs into a functioning whole that reflects our existence across the world. The question is: What model to create that remains true to our history and traditions while nurturing our existence in a complex global reality.

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Inder Jit Singh

Professor Emeritus of Anatomical Sciences, New York University

Dr. Inder Jit "I.J." Singh came to the United States in 1960 on a Murry & Leonie Guggenheim Foundation fellowship and is professor emeritus of anatomical sciences at New York University.

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