Wisconsin Sikh Book Collection Featured at Oak Creek Public Library

A collection of books on the Sikh faith and traditions is now available on the Oak Creek Public Library in a one-of-a-kind collection.

About 120 books, movies and other items available for purchase are on display at Oak Creek, forming the largest collection in the state and possibly the nation.

“We did some research and couldn’t find any other libraries that have added items on display like this,” said Jill Lininger, director of the Oak Creek Public Library.

The goal is to help others in southeastern Wisconsin and throughout the state learn more about the Sikh religion, the fifth largest religion in the world.

The collection was made available to the state Department of Public Instruction and will also be used to inform public school curriculum.

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