The_New_York_Times_logoUntil 1974, Sikhs (who have been in the U.S. since the late 19th c) were allowed to serve in the military with unshorn hair and beards. But in the 1980s, stricter rules regarding personal appearance were enacted and since 9/11 many Sikhs have become targets of ignorant anti-Muslim hostility. This story is a hopeful step…

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