In 1499, Guru Nanak began a revolution that challenged oppressive and divisive social, political, and religious norms. Traveling throughout South and Central Asia, he conveyed a message of love, equality, unity, and peace. Instead of preaching, Guru Nanak sang. The songs sung and collected by Guru Nanak, his successors, and their followers have been remembered through the centuries, and their message remains relevant to the challenges we face today. Through music and stories, this program will explore these songs and the vision they offer for systemic change.