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Dapinder Ahluwalia's 14-year-old son starts high school next month. Like many parents, she'll spend the last days of summer ensuring he has the right school supplies and a copy of his class schedule.
Unlike other moms and dads, she'll also print write-ups for teachers and school leaders that explain the family's faith. Ahluwalia and her son are Sikh, and confusion about their religion has led to bullying in the past.
"It started as early as grade one or two. His classmates would tease him about his turban and his long hair, calling him a girl and saying he shouldn't go to the boy's bathroom, or threatening to cut off his hair in crafts class," she said.
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