The Sikh Project

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Presented by Sandy Spring Museum at Sandy Spring Museum, Sandy Spring MD

Feb 14 - Feb 28, 2018

The Sikh Project

See this collection of portraits capturing the beauty and diversity of what it means to be a Sikh in America.

The turban has been the most powerful and obvious symbolism of the identity of a Sikh. The Sikh Project is a celebration of that identity. Historically, the turban was worn by royalty and the rich in South Asia. The turban, as an article of faith in Sikhism, is a public declaration of sovereignty and equality of all people.

Sikhs have been a vital part of the American fabric for over 125 years. The 38 new portraits, from London photographers Amit and Naroop partnering with the Sikh Coalition,

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