Sonny Singh is a musician and social justice educator based in Brooklyn, NYC. He has been active in movements for social and economic justice since he was a teenager and worked as a labor and community organizer in his 20s. Sonny has over two decades of experience facilitating workshops and giving talks on anti-oppression, racial equity, and social justice issues. Sonny’s writing on racial politics, Sikhs in America, Islamophobia, and more have been published in the Huffington Post, India Abroad, Colorlines, Left Turn, Asian American Literary Review, Race, Class, and Gender in the United States (9th Edition), and Open City Magazine. Sonny is an original member of the bhangra brass band Red Baraat and is currently finishing his debut solo album called Chardi Kala, the Sikh concept of revolutionary eternal optimism.