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UF Sikh student group planning for fall awareness campaign


With seven people dead after Sunday’s Sikh Temple shooting in Wisconsin,  the Sikh community has responded with shock and despair. WUFT-FM spoke with the president of the Sikh Students Association at the University of Florida, Neil Singh, about how the group is dealing with Sunday’s tragedy, and what it plans to do for the coming year to raise awareness for the Sikh religion.

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