BOSTON (CBS) – On August 5th, a shooter in Wisconsin killed six Sikh worshippers at a temple. Though his motives are still unclear, the shooter did have ties to white supremacy groups. In the aftermath of the shooting, many Americans realized they didn’t even know what it meant to be a Sikh. Hari Khalsa and husband Siri Akal Singh Khalsa sit down with Dan to talk about their experiences living in America. Do you think racial and religious discrimination is less prevalent than it used to be? What are the biggest challenges facing someone who is “different” in today’s world?
Originally broadcast August 28th, 2012.