By Anthony G. Attrino | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
Employees of a New Jersey radio station where two hosts made on-air derogatory and bigoted remarks about state Attorney General Gurbir Grewal are being offered the chance to undergo sensitivity training at a Sikh temple.
Grewal, who is a Sikh, was repeatedly referred to as "turban man" during the "Dennis & Judi Show" last week on NJ 101.5-FM.
"We reached out to the station," said Megan Daly, spokeswoman for United Sikhs, a nonprofit advocacy organization. "Obviously, this was a very appalling comment that riveted not only the Sikh community but Sikhs worldwide."
Daly said the details of the visit are still being worked out.