Video: Valarie Kaur – a Divine vessel for spiritual activism

The second video in our four-part series follows Valarie Kaur, Sikh American woman, storyteller, and advocate for social change. She speaks of how her religion supports her deep belief in social justice, through its commitment to a fundamental oneness in the universe.

Valarie is the founding director of Groundswell, a non-profit initiative that mobilizes people of faith in social action. Her award-winning film, “Divided We Fall” chronicles the voices of people swept up in hate violence after 9/11.

“You are never alone in this fight”, says Valarie, “when you have God in your heart, when you have faith by your side.”

Enjoy the film.

 

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