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#RememberOakCreek Campaign Reaches 13 Million in USA: Sikh Coalition

The Sikh Coalition successfully completed a communications campaign to #RememberOakCreek that reached a potential 13 million across the USA.

Sikhs Among ‘Top Targets’ For Hate Crimes Across US

While the Sikhs were observing the 5th anniversary of Oak Creek Gurdwara shooting incident here on Saturday, the leaders of the community here on Sunday

5 Years After Oak Creek Massacre, Sikhs Vow To Combat Racism & Continue Outreach

As per the media reports emanating from the US people cutting through various sections of the society here on Sunday have called for combating racism

USA: Sikhs Hold Richmond Day Service In Memory Of Oak Creek Massacre Victims

As per the local media report the Sikhs of Richmond invited and tried to reach the collective community to join them on Saturday in an act of service

Sikhs in USA to Observe Oak Creek Shooting Anniversary as ‘Day Of Sewa’

As per the press release issued  by America based Sikh body the Sikh Coalition the incidence of Wisconsin Shooting which took place on August 5th 2012

USA: Sikh Coalition Issues Advisory on Protection of Gurdwaras

In recent months, we have witnessed an increase in hate crimes against Sikh, Muslim, and Jewish communities across the United States.

Day of Seva Brings Communities Together Across the USA: Sikh Coalition

Inspired by the Oak Creek sangat’s Chardhi Kala 6K Memorial Walk/Run, the Sikh Coalition organized our 4th annual National Day of Seva, in remembrance and solidarity for those who were injured and killed on August 5, 2012, in Oak Creek, Wisconsin.

Chardhi Kala 6K Memorial Run and Walk to Honour Oak Creek victims

Today marks the fourth anniversary of the tragic Oak Creek, Wisconsin shooting, which left six innocent worshipers dead and several others severely injured.

Honor Oak Creek & Orlando By Joining Day of Seva, says Sikh Coalition

August 5, 2016 marks the fourth anniversary of the tragic shooting inside the Oak Creek Gurdwara. The Sikh Coalition has announced to mark the day as Sewa Day.

Oak Creek mayor writes book on Sikh Gurdwara slayings

There wasn't any handbook to guide Oak Creek Mayor Steve Scaffidi in the aftermath of the Aug. 5, 2012, shootings at the Sikh Gurduara of Wisconsin.

Race and Beyond: Remembering Oak Creek Tragedy

Three years ago on August 5, 2012, a gunman with ties to white supremacist organizations entered a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, while Sikh Americans were praying and opened fire.

Remembering Oak Creek tragedy with Community Service: US Communities Participate in Day of Seva

Inspired by the Oak Creek sangat’s Chardhi Kala 6K Memorial Walk/Run, the Sikh Coalition organized a third annual National Day of Seva, in remembrance and solidarity for those who were injured and killed on August 5, 2012 in Oak Creek, Wisconsin.

Sikhs to Observe Oak Creek anniversary as Annual Seva Day in 15 Cities Across USA

Wisconsin, USA: In an effort to combat hate and spread peace across the nation, this weekend, the Sikh Coalition—a community-based organization that works toward the ...

Remembering Oak Creek tragedy the Sikh Coalition held National Day of Sewa

New York, NY (August 15, 2014): Two years ago, on August 5, 2012, a gunman with Neo-Nazi ties entered the Oak Creek Gurdwara in Wisconsin and killed six innocent worshipers, injured several others, and before killing himself. It is considered to be one of the most lethal attacks on a house of worship in America since the 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, AL.

Sikh Principle of Chardi-Kala Sustains Family of Oak Creek Victim, Punjab Singh

Bhai Punjab Singh spent a lifetime preaching the Sikh principle of chardi-kala (optimism and hope) — the very principle that his family now rely upon to sustain them during his slow recovery from being shot in the head two years ago by a white supremacist.

The Oak Creek Sangat and the Practice of Chardikala

It has been two years since we lost members of our sangat – Satwant Singh Kaleka (65), Paramjit Kaur (41), Sita Singh (41), Ranjit Singh (49), Prakash Singh (39), and Suveg Singh Khattra (84) – in the deadliest attack on a religious place of worship in American history.

US: Lt. Brian Murphy & Officer Sam Lenda to receive congressional Badge of Bravery

Wisconsin, US (August 03, 2014): The Oak Creek Police Department and the City of Oak Creek has announced that one of the highest honors a law enforcement officer can receive will be presented to Lieutenant Brian Murphy (retired) and Officer Savan “Sam” Lenda for their roles in the tragic events of August 5, 2012.

USA: Sikhs remember victims of Oak Creek tragidy with 6K Charhdikala run

Oak Creek, Wis, USA (August 03, 2014): The memory of the six people killed in the Sikh Gurdwara Sahib in Oak Creek by a white supremacist remains strong even after two years. On Augusut 02 those victims the Oak Creek tragedy were honored by the people who knew them best. It's part of a tribute that's stretching over several days.

2nd Anniversary of Oak Creek tragidy: 6km Charhdikala run in the memory of victims

Oak Creek, Wisconsin (July 14, 2014): As the second anniversary of terror strike at Oak Creek (Wis.) Sikh Gurdwara Sahib is falling in next month, the members of Wisconsin’s Sikh community are planning another 6-kilometer remembrance run in memory of the six victims who were killed by a neo-Nazi white supremacist.

American Sikhs look for Seva opportunities on 2nd anniversary of the Oak Creek massacre

According to a newsletter by the Sikh Coalition the Oak Creek sangat is organizing the Chardhi Kala 6K Memorial Run and Walk to be held on Saturday, August 2, 2014. On August 5, 2012, Sikhs were shocked as a gunman opened fire at a gurdwara in Oak Creek, WI. The Chardikala Walk is being organized to commemorate the two-year anniversary of that horrific event.

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