Gurpreet Singh

Gurpreet Singh is a passionate advocate for social justice. Originally from Hoshiarpur, Punjab, he completed his B.A.LL.B degree in India before embarking on a transformative journey to Canada, where he successfully completed programs in Human Resources Management and Project Management. Gurpreet’s unwavering commitment to justice drives him to speak out against caste discrimination in India and its alarming increase in Canada, drawing from his own experiences to shed light on this important issue. He actively collaborates with anti-caste organizations, working tirelessly to envision a casteless and equal society.

Short Promotional Video, 1: How does the future look to you?

Short Promotional Video, 2: How do you imagine your identity?

Full Interview: 

“Caste in Canada”

About the project. 

Banner image: Collage of photographs, from left to right, interview of Surjit and Manjit Bains with Dr. Anne Murphy (courtesy of Jai Birdi); the Guru Ravidas Sabha Vancouver (courtesy of Anita Lal); Kamaljit, participant in the project; portrait of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar by Raghavendra Rao Karkala, now in the collection of the University of the Fraser Valley Library (acrylic on canvas); Mohan Lal Karimpuri, author and activist; Vipasna Nanal, project participant and video interview editor.