After Indianapolis shooting, a Sikh activist on why we need to accept realities of racism in America
PBS, 01 May 2021
Simran Jeet Singh of the Sikh Coalition, who's been in contact with victims’ families in Indianapolis, spoke about how the Sikh community is processing their grief and why racism isn’t relegated to just one area of the country.
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