A Sikh-American Falls Into the Whirlwind

Read one woman’s journey — Sikh-American activist and filmmaker Valarie Kaur (pictured) — discovers how challenging the status quo exacts a toll.  In it, she works to heal her divided nation.

It requires humanizing our opponents so that we work to transform them, rather than destroy and replace them. I now believe that the way we make change is just as important as the change we make. I would never have learned this without falling into the whirlwind.

Read:  Leaping into the Whirlwind

Posted by:  Laurel Delaney

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