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Valarie Kaur



Valarie Kaur, JD, is a Sikh American civil rights activist, lawyer, educator, author, and award-winning documentary filmmaker. She is the founder of The Revolutionary Love Project, a nonprofit aimed at engaging people in the practice of love as a force for justice.

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A Sikh Sermon at the Pentagon: “Seva: The Call of Our Times”

The prepared remarks of Valarie Kaur at the Pentagon’s second-ever commemoration of the Sikh faith on May 1, 2015. Kaur spoke alongside Simran Jeet Singh and Inni Kaur on “Seva” - selfless service in the Sikh religion.

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Valarie Kaur, a Sikh, Talks About the Future and Acceptance of Different Races, People, Etc...

Valarie Kaur, a Sikh, talks about the future and acceptance of different races and people.

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We Need to Talk: The Link Between Sexual Violence and Gun Violence

Perhaps the proximity of these two horrifying American tragedies will finally be a wake-up call for our soul-weary nation.

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Activist Valarie Kaur: What Chardi Kala Means to Me | Sikhnet.Com

Chardi Kala is an important expression used in Sikhism for a mind frame that a Sikh has to accept and practice. It loosely means a “positive, buoyant and optimistic” attitude to life and the future. Always be in “high spirits,” “ever progressive,” “always cheerful,” etc.

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Sikh Activist’s Campaign a Reminder That Love Can Be a Force for Justice

“The greatest social movements in history were rooted in the ethic of love,” says Valarie Kaur.

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WSF Valarie Kaur

Women of Spirit and member Faith Valerie Kaur shares her Sikh faith and heritage and her commitment to social justice.

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Valarie Kaur on “The Shadow Generation”

Clips of Valarie Kaur speaking at Auburn Theological Seminary panel discussion “How Women Will Change the World in the 21st Century.”

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How One Mother Forgave a Killer. . . and What She Can Teach Us

She thought that calling her uncle's killer had been a mistake. And then a few kind words changed everything.

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Poverty of the Soul

Valarie Kaur and Parker Palmer interrogate the ethics of Revolutionary Love for a new generation.

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Valarie Kaur - Breathe! Push! the Labor of Revolutionary Love | Bioneers

“Is this the darkness of the tomb – or the darkness of the womb?” asks Valarie Kaur. Although we’ve mounted a powerful resistance to tyranny, injustice and violence during the Trump era, with 2020 in sight, we need more than resistance. We need to birth a new America.

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