Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., administers the Judicial Oath to Judge Amy Coney Barrett in the East Conference Room, Supreme Court Building. Judge Barrett’s husband, Jesse M. Barrett, holds the Bible. Credit: Fred Schilling, Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States

Religious News From Around the Web November 9, 2020

SCOTUS Hears Fulton v City of Philadelphia The U. S. Supreme Court on Nov. 4 heard Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, a case in

Why Sikhs wear a turban and what it means to practice the faith in the United States

Simran Jeet Singh, New York University An elderly Sikh gentleman in Northern California, 64-year-old Parmjit Singh, was recently stabbed to death while taking a

Comedy About Sikhs

Comedy About Sikhs

Funny or Die's new video for Sikh children to be comfortable about their religious identity Funny or Die, a digital comedy brand, has released

Barack Obama Sends a Message of Support to a Sikh Man Wearing a Rainbow Turban

Barack Obama Sends a Message of Support to a Sikh Man Wearing a Rainbow Turban

Kohli received thousands of positive messages Former United States President Barack Obama tweeted a message of support to Jiwandeep Kohli, a Sikh American, who

Sikh’s Turban Saved His Life

How One Sikh Man’s Turban Saved His Life

There have been a surge of hate crimes against Sikhs. Surjit Malhi, a Sikh American is still to recover from his wounds after he

Should Sikhs Be Forced To Wear Helmets?

Should Sikhs Be Forced To Wear Helmets?

New Exemption In Canada Brings Up the Global Debate Again When can society restrict religious freedom? This is a question usually surrounding issues like

Sikh Men Finally Granted Permission to Serve in Military With Beard and Turban

Issue of granting Sikhs permission to join the military while keeping religious symbols has been an ongoing battle for years. A fight by three

Sikh Man Denied Entry to Recreation Club in New Zealand Because of Turban

Sikh man barred from Cosmopolitan Club over "No-Headwear" policy that includes turbans. A Sikh man in Auckland, New Zealand, was denied entry to a

Vishavjit Singh Captain America

Interview with Vishavjit Singh, Sikh Captain America Challenging Stereotypes

Vishavjit Singh, "Sikh Captain America," is a software engineer, cartoonist, and champion against stereotypes. Singh has faced stereotypes his entire life, especially after 9/11,

How A Sikh Man Used His Turban to Save A Child’s Life

This Sikh man is praised as a hero for disobeying his religious faith to remove his turban and help an injured five-year-old boy in