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Author: Raghvinder Singh

Why Americans must continue to remember the Oak Creek massacre

On August 5, 2012, as worshipers gathered at our gurdwara in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, a man with reported ties to white supremacist organizations entered the sacred space, pulled out a gun, and opened fire on his fellow Americans. Six people lost their lives and several were permanently injured. My father, Baba Punjab Singh, was shot in the head. A bullet entered his face and damaged his spinal cord, changing his life forever — but he survived. As Sikhs mark the five-year anniversary of the Oak Creek tragedy — and as my elderly father remains bedridden, unable to speak, and...

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