Kamalla Kaur is the executive director of the Chardi Kala Project, which bridges between Sikhs and non-Sikhs, fighting hate crimes through education. “Chardi Kala” means to keep our spirits uplifted, particularly in tough times, by Grace. The Chardi Kala Project takes Sikh volunteers into schools and colleges to educate students about Sikhs and Sikhi. The Chardi Kala Project presents for Bellingham Parks and Recreation and the Whatcom County Library system and Chardi Kala Project volunteers sit booths at fairs, host field trips to local Gurdwaras (Sikh temples) for classes and clubs. They produce Interfaith events and feed the hungry.
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