On Oct 10, 2012, India Currents in collaboration with the Indian Diaspora Project spearheaded a panel discussion in response to the incidences of violence directed against our community members, the most recent being the killings at the Sikh gurdwara in Wisconsin. The primary objective of this discussion was to create, promote and render a thought-provoking civil discourse among members of our communities. These are some pictures from the event.

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