“When I came in 1966, nobody knew about who a Sikh was.”

Surinder Singh left India in the mid-1960s to pursue a career in education. He raised his family in Canada and the U.S., but as practicing Sikhs, they faced a number of challenges.

At StoryCorps in San Francisco, he sat down to speak with his eldest son, Rupinder Singh.

Produced by Anita Rao and Katie Simon
Facilitated by Sophia Simon-Ortiz
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