Wisconsin Community Promotes Tolerance After Shooting
After the sadness and shock, members of Wisconsin's insular Sikh community found themselves confronting scenes they never would have expected.
There were outpourings of support, including a gathering of hundreds of people of different faiths and skin colors, some holding candles, others wearing white head scarves, in a gesture of solidarity with this predominantly Indian religion.
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“It's a Brand New Day”
Since: Feb 06
#1 Aug 10, 2012
This is why I an so proud to be an American.
We stand with our Sikh neighbors in sadness.
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