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Wisconsin Sikh Killings: The Morning after the "Mourning"

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2012
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Harinder Singh from Sikh Research Institute addresses the Sikh community on the day after the National Day of Remembrance for the victims of the Wisconsin killings. He discusses how to revive the doctrine of justice, beyond vengeance, revenge and hate, in order to develop sovereign and Panthic responses. Specifically, Harinder Singh implores Sikhs to: 1) Seek inspiration from Gurbani by learning Gurmukhi and developing a personal relationship with the Divine 2) Confront injustice in a manner that utilizes your personal Divine gifts

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