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Tahil Sharma


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Tahil Sharma is an activist for human rights, social justice, and interfaith cooperation from Los Angeles. He currently serves as a youth representative for the Parliament of the World’s Religions to the United Nations DPI-NGO and previously worked as a communications consultant with Religions for Peace International in New York City. Born into an interfaith home (Hindu and Sikh), he is a graduate from the University of La Verne, with a bachelor's degree in Spanish and minor in International Studies. He was named a Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact in 2013. He serves on the board of Sadhana, a progressive Hindu coalition, as an interfaith relations liaison and is a coordinator for the Hope Not Hate Campaign for AMP Global Youth.
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