Sonny Singh is an educator, writer, and musician based in Brooklyn, NY. Upon completion of his Master’s Degree in Social Justice Education at UMass Amherst in 2003, he worked as a community and labor organizer in New York City for several years.

Since 2010, he has been teaching social justice and humane education in NYC public schools through the organization HEART. Sonny also regularly facilitates workshops on racial justice, anti-oppression, and post-9/11 racism in high schools, universities, and nonprofit organizations. His writings on racial justice, Sikh identity, and Islamophobia have appeared in the Huffington Post, Colorlines, Asian American Literary Review, Open City Magazine, Jadaliyya, and India Abroad.