Today, we join together as one community on the eight-year anniversary of the horrific attack on the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin to honor the lives of the victims and their families. #RememberOakCreek
Aug. 5, 2012: 8 years ago today, six people were killed in a shooting at the Wisconsin Sikh Temple in Oak Creek.
"It really is a punch in the gut when something like this happens, but it strengthens our resolve to combat hate going forward," says Pardeep Kaleka, whose father was killed in the 2012 Wisconsin Sikh temple massacre
2012 White supremacist kills 6 at Sikh temple in Wisconsin 2015 White supremacist kills 9 at black church in Charleston 2017 White supremacist kills 6 at mosque in Quebec City 2018 White supremacist kills 11 at synagogue in Pitts 2019 White supremacist kills 49 at mosque in NZ
"The murder of these 11 Jews in Pittsburgh is inextricably linked to the murder of the two black shoppers in Kentucky, to the slaughter of black worshipers in Charleston… to the burning of mosques & masjids… to the attack on the Sikh temple in Wisconsin" -Rabbi Ari Lev Fornari
Hear from survivors of the Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting, five years after the attack.
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First police officer to arrive during 2012 terror attack at Wisconsin Sikh temple was shot 15 times -- and survived
Prayers with the victims and their families in the Wisconsin Sikh Temple.