(RNS) — Rouble Paul Claire, a first-generation Sikh American, is suing Sutter County in the Sacramento metro area, claiming that authorities have failed to properly investigate and prosecute threats of racial slurs and violence he experienced a year ago. The...
WASHINGTON (RNS) — At a time when Americans seem more divided than ever on matters of faith and politics, second gentleman Doug Emhoff is touting the power of interfaith cooperation to bring people together for the common good.  “These interfaith...
(RNS) — PBS stations across the United States are set to air a documentary about the founder of the Sikh faith this weekend. “Guru Nanak: Life & Legacy” will be shown on December 9th and 10th on 100 different...
(RNS) — Who knew that the simple act of kneeling could make a person both courageous and treasonous at the same time? As “Colin in Black and White,” Netflix’s new docuseries on the life and activism of former NFL player...
(RNS) — It’s relatively uncommon to see South Asians on American screens, and it’s especially uncommon to see South Asian women. But some in the film industry are seeking to change that, including some filmmakers and production companies. A December...
(RNS) — For more than a decade Sonny Singh has been perhaps the most recognizable figure when the Punjabi-influenced band Red Baraat takes the stage, not just for his alternately declarative and sinuous trumpet playing but for his red...
(RNS) — Capt. Sukhbir Singh Toor is believed to be the first turbaned Sikh to receive limited religious accommodations from the United States Marine Corps for his faith. While on duty, Toor and any other Sikh can now maintain their...