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Sikh views wanted for national media

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Guest iHavNevrD8edaMuslim

Some members on this board constantly complain of underrepresentation in the media - or how it is the "wrong sikhs" speaking out (like Sunny Hundal).

So why don't you tell this national newspaper all about your lives in the UK? It's a libral paper, which Sunny has previously written for, but don't let that put you off.

Here's the link. Try not to swear or slag off other races and religions, otherwise they won't publish it!

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/nov/25/what-is-your-experience-of-being-a-sikh-in-the-uk

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All onlne british sikhs who been victimised or racial abused by non-sikhs in the west should participate in that form

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