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Understanding the Sikh Religion (An In-depth Dialogue)

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Please join us Thursday October 1, 2009 at 2:00 PM for an informative discussion with Gursean Singh and Sunmit Singh. Gursean and Sunmit are both members of the Sikh Student Association at the University of Maryland. These two progressive students will be joining us in studio for an in-depth conversation about the Sikh religion and culture. Much like Muslims, Sikhs have been persecuted throughout the Western world. Due to ignorance, prejudice and racism Sikhs have been unjustly and unwarrantedly profiled in a similar fashion that people of African decent have historically been, and continue to be unwarrantedly profiled. Gursean and Sunmit will provide a deep and more contextual insight to the Sikh religion, their history, and their continued struggle for justice. They also will be talking about the Sikh Genocide of 1978-1995. This year marks 25 years since the occupation of Punjab and the Sikh Genocide. If you cannot tune in LIVE to this episode it will be archived immediately upon completion. Please click here: www.blogtalkradio.com/UNITV-Radio to hear the show LIVE or an Archive.