In the decade since Oak Creek Temple Shooting, the local sangat has continued to commemorate this devastating loss while also modeling the resilience inherent in the Sikh faith. On the weekend of August 5, 2022, Sikh Americans and allies from across the country came together in Oak Creek to recognize this milestone. The events of the Oak Creek 10th Anniversary Remembrance were titled “Heal, Unite, Act!”
August 11, 2022 - 11:58am
July 28, 2022 - 8:25am
“Repairing the World” has been selected as one of the films being shown at the SF Jewish Film Festival on July 31. The film’s producer, Patrice O’Neill, and NIOT member Jeff Greendorfer, joined KGO 810 San Francisco's John Rothmann on July 27 to talk about the film and what communities can learn from the response to hate in Pittsburgh.
July 12, 2022 - 1:22pm
We are honored to announce that NIOT's new film, Repairing the World, is among the 14 films screening in person at the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival!
June 7, 2022 - 3:55pm
Garnell Whitfield Jr., the son of the oldest Buffalo shooting victim, attended a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on domestic terrorism today and made a compelling speech about his mother, white supremacy and the urgent need for action.
May 27, 2022 - 8:02am
While there are many resources out there about how you can help students process the shooting in Uvalde, only you will know whether and how to talk about these events in your classroom. If you do, here are some Facing History resources and materials from Common Sense Media and the National Association of School Psychologists we think may be constructive.