My Experience with Pluralism at the Student Conference for Religion in the Public Sphere

Student Conference on Religion in the Public Sphere

Over the last several years, we have faced a radically changing world. The pandemic, divisive elections and economic and global strife seem to be pushing us toward a breaking point. With polarization ramping up, I want to make a difference, but I don’t know how. I am afraid my good intentions will only add to the chaotic chatter and never-ending rage bubbling around me.

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Getting to Know the Sikh Next Door & Across the Border

sikh heritage museum british columbia

April is Sikh Heritage Month in Canada and a great opportunity to get to know this unique religious group only a short drive across the border. The Sikh faith dates back to the early 16th century and is strongest in India’s Punjab region (in the northwestern part of the country). The religion — fifth largest in the world — is about 500 years old with some 26 million followers.

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