Valarie Kaur is a mother, activist, lawyer, award-winning filmmaker, media commentator, educator, entrepreneur, author, and Sikh American justice leader. Her new venture, the Revolutionary Love Project at the University of Southern California, champions the ethic of love in an era of rage. She is the founder of Groundswell Movement, America’s largest multifaith online organizing community of 300,000+ known for “dynamically strengthening faith-based organizing in the 21st century.”
Valarie is a frequent political contributor on MSNBC, and her essays appear regularly on CNN, The Washington Post, and the Huffington Post. Kaur earned degrees from Stanford University, Harvard Divinity School, and Yale Law School. A third-generation Sikh American, Kaur is from Clovis, California where her family settled as Punjabi farmers a century ago. Kaur is an Auburn Senior Fellow.