Waris Ahluwalia

You might call him a model and you would be right. You might call him an international Hollywood actor, and you would be right again. If you referred to him as a human rights activist in his own right, you would be also correct.
"For Sikh-Americans, humiliation is a prerequisite for air travel."
Sikh actor and fashion icon Waris Ahluwalia joined HuffPost Live on Thursday to discuss being refused from boarding an Aeromexico
"Sir, we're going to need you to come with us."
After being prohibited from boarding a flight because of his turban, designer and actor Waris Ahluwalia joins HuffPost Live
He has modeled for major ad campaigns but was still a victim of racial profiling.
"This [PSA] was an opportunity for me to narrate a powerful manifesto with an audience that is twofold," Ahluwalia told Mic
The project also calls to mind the work of Waris Ahluwalia, a Sikh man-about-town who’s recently stirred up press. Known
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TheMuslimGuy.com, posted a picture to his Twitter and Facebook wall of a defaced subway advertisement for Gap featuring Sikh actor and jewelry designer Waris Ahluwalia.
Ahluwalia is certainly an inspiration to Sikhs and non-Sikhs of all ages, as one can see in this adorable picture that he
The crown jewel in this group was British model Agyness Deyn whose fresh faced beauty juxtaposed with sophisticated carriage was key to the project.
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