Ralph Singh responds to the mass shooting at a Wisconsin Sikh temple that has devastated the faith community. Sikhism was founded more than 500 years ago in India. "A Sikh, wherever they go in the world, is committed to building community a community of peace, an inclusive community to stand as an affirmation of what we now call pluralism," says Singh, the director of publications and public relations for Gobind Sadan. Observant Sikhs do not cut their hair, and male followers of the religion wear turbans, which they consider sacred.
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