Wisconsin Sikh Temple Shooting

Today marks four years since a gunman tied to White supremacist organizations stormed mass at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin and killed six people on August, 5, 2012, in Oak Creek, Wisconsin.

Today Marks 4 Years Since the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin Massacre

In an act of solidarity, community members are memorializing not only this massacre, but also the victims of the Orlando Pulse mass shooting.

WATCH: Check Out 'Off The Menu,' a New Documentary on Asian-American Cuisine

“Off the Menu” was directed by Grace Lee, the filmmaker behind the acclaimed Grace Lee Boggs documentary. 

3 Years After the Sikh Temple Massacre, Hate-Violence Prevention Is Key

Three years ago today, a white supremacist barged into the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin and fatally shot six people. Deepa Iyer argues that we must focus on preventing rather than fighting hate violence.

Oak Creek, Two Years After the Sikh Mass Murder

The community is still rebuilding after the massacre

Dispatch From Oak Creek: Healing Wounds, Stopping Hate

One year after white supremacist Wade Michael Page killed six people at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin, a reflection on the lives lost and lessons learned

What Does the Sikh Temple Tragedy Tell Us About White Men's 'Deep Crisis'? [Reader Forum]

In the wake of this tragedy, can we have a real conversation about what’s happening with our white men? Readers discuss.

Wisconsin Sikh Gurdwara Shooter Talked of 'Racial Holy War'

The more authorities find out about Wade Michael Page, the worse it gets.

Wisconsin Sikh Temple Shooter Bought His 9MM Gun Legally

As did the shooter in the Aurora movie theater attack.