Episode 1: Religion and the Workplace

In Episode 1 Pluralism Project Research Associates Rachel Foran and Usra Ghazi discuss encounters of religion in the workplace. The first segment features an OCG audio essay on the Five Ks in SikhismSikhs call their tradition the “Sikh Panth,” meaning the “community (panth) of the disciples of the Guru.” The tradition reveres a lineage of ten Gurus, beginning with Guru Nanak in the 16th century and coming to a clos. with the death of Guru Gob.... In the second segment, Harpreet SinghUpon initiation into the Khalsa, Sikh men assume the name Singh, “Lion.”, fellow at Harvard University teaching in South Asian Studies, speaks with our hosts about the impetus for the SikhSikhs call their tradition the “Sikh Panth,” meaning the “community (panth) of the disciples of the Guru.” The tradition reveres a lineage of ten Gurus, beginning with Guru Nanak in the 16th century and coming to a clos. with the death of Guru Gob... Coalition, a civil and human rights organization he co-founded after 9/11. The final segment is a conversation with Diana Eck, founder and director of the Pluralism Project and professor at Harvard University.

PP Podcast Ep 1 Transcript [.pdf]

Featuring

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Usra Ghazi, Pluralism Project Research Associate

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Rachel Foran, Pluralism Project Research Associate

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Danish Zaidi, Pluralism Project Research Associate

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Harpreet Singh, Co-Founder of the Sikh Coalition and College Fellow at Harvard University

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Diana Eck, Founder and Director of the Pluralism Project and Professor at Harvard University

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