By Ella Will, For the Reporter
Sikh American cartoonist, author, and DEI activist Vishavjit Singh is coming to the Auburn Community and Events Center at 6 p.m. Jan. 31.
Singh offers talks and workshops nationwide, educating and inspiring others to create positive social change. As he says on his website, Singh has “tapped into [his] own vulnerabilities” to emphasize the power of storytelling and healthy learning spaces.
Equipped with an open mind and a Captain America shield, Singh said he is on a “mission to represent the underrepresented.” His talk in Auburn will be an opportunity for Auburn residents to participate in this journey. The audience can expect to take away a meaningful message of transformation from his keynote talk, “Embracing Our Stories and Superhero Within.”
Singh has worked with numerous companies and organizations, including but not limited to NASA, Google and Apple. His story and lessons have been published by the New York Times, The Seattle Times, The Guardian, Time Magazine, and many more media outlets. Singh’s event is free to attend.
“Know your vulnerabilities; know your strengths. Tell them; don’t keep them inside you. And that’s where you’re going to find courage.” — Vishavjit Singh, the Sikh Captain America