Monday, August 5, marks the one-year anniversary of the massacre at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin, where a gunman opened fire, killing six and wounding five others. In the immediate aftermath of this tragedy, Sikh-American activist and filmmaker Valarie Kaur was there to help. Today, Valarie works as the director of Groundswell, a multifaith movement for justice at Auburn Theological Seminary in New York City and this weekend, she’s back in Oak Creek for the anniversary. On this edition of State of Belief, we’ll hear from Valarie in Wisconsin, get her impressions and meet one survivor of the shooting, as well as a former white supremacist who had a change of heart years before the tragedy. CLICK HERE FOR EXTENDED INTERVIEW VIDEO AND TRANSCRIPT

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