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India's Guilty Secret EMMA FINNIGAN

The sheer scale of the killings exceeded the combined civilian death tolls of the conflict in Northern Ireland, Tiananmen Square and 9/11.

Teenaa Kaur Pasricha’s Latest Documentary:
1984 - When the Sun Didn’t Rise
Jis Din Suraj Ugya Nahi R K ROSHNI, SUHANI SINGH, et al

Funded by The Busan International Film Festival and The Leipiz International Festival.

Harmanpreet Kaur Dons No. 84 On Her Jersey To Show Solidarity For Victims Of India’s 1984 Anti-Sikh Genocide SPORTSWALLAH

India's top cricket star displays ‘84’ on the back of her jersey during her games.

In Post-1984 India,
Why Two Hundred Ordinary Hindus Did Not See A Dead Muslim Child On A Railway Station AARTI SETHI

Something fundamental seems to have broken in today’s India.

The Life Of A Sikh An Interview With INNI KAUR

Inni Kaur speaks to Hazel Kanan in a radio interview ...

‘If We Don’t Talk About Our History, Who Will?’
A New Film About The Survivors Of 1984 DAMINI KULKARNI

“I wondered how they came out of their trauma and started healing …”

Wounds That Never Heal:
Operation Bluestar PRITAM SINGH

Puncturing and demolishing, the dishonest state-directed narratives of Operation Bluestar.

Operation BlueStar A Poem by MICHELE GIBSON

'Blue Star' is the name given by astronomers to giant, aging stars which explode and become large, black holes. 

Golden Temple

In Delhi in 1984 the adage was completely inverted: books were burned after burning people.

June 1984:
I Was Kneading Bread A Poem by MICHELE GIBSON

" A continent away. A woman, not much older,/ Was plotting military strategy ..."

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