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Speaking the Sikh Experience: Visible Difference in the Crucible of Change

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Published on Nov 17, 2016

Religions and the Practice of Peace Colloquium co-sponsored with the conference "Pluralism Project @ 25: Diversity and Inclusion in the American Crucible."

This event was held on September 22, 2016. The featured speakers were Sarbpreet Singh, playwright, commentator, and poet, and J. Mehr Kaur, graduate of Smith College with a BA in theatre and an emphasis in directing. Mr. Singh and Ms. Kaur were joined by the actors Benjamin Gutman, Sydney Grant, Monica Giordano, and Michelle Finston, who performed an excerpt from Mr. Singh’s play "Kultar’s Mime."

Thanks to the generous support from the El-Hibri Foundation.

This monthly public series, convened by HDS Dean David N. Hempton, brings together a cross-disciplinary RPP Working Group of faculty, experts, graduate students, and alumni from across Harvard University and the local area to explore topics and cases in religions and the practice of peace.

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