March 1, 2019

Program - 
Raman Singh, President
The Interfaith Leadership Council of Metropolitan Detroit
The American Sikh: History, Philosophy, Beliefs and Practices

Raman Singh is a graduate of Wayne State University with an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering and owns and is the Instructor at the Kumon Math and Reading Center in Plymouth, Michigan. 

She has been active in interfaith work for a long time and is currently the President of the Interfaith Leadership Council of Metropolitan Detroit. Her involvement with IFLC has includes working on the Education Committee and co-chairing the Grants Advisory Committee.


Raman works with various other organizations such as WISDOM and the Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion.  She serves on the Board of Trustees of the Gurdwara Sahib Mata Tripta where she runs the youth educational programs and chairs the Outreach Committee


She has served on the School Board for the West Bloomfield School District, and serves on various School District committees.


In her speech she will explain Sikhism. It is the fifth largest religion in the world yet most Americans don’t know about it. Sikhs are 3% of the population of Canada? We will learn the difference between a Hindu, Muslim and Sikh? Why Sikhs wear turbans? 20% of American long-haul truck drivers are Sikhs?

March 8, 2019

Program - 
Tolulope Sonuyi, MD
Emergency Medicine Physician and Assistant Professor, DMC and WSU
Violence x Health x Community: An Imperative Relationship

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