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Gunisha Kaur

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Remembering the Massacre of Sikhs in June of 1984

(20) Comments | Posted June 3, 2013 | 1:41 PM

During the first week of June, Sikhs around the world commemorate a recent historical event: Operation Bluestar of 1984, a government-sanctioned military operation that resulted in countless casualties and the destruction of one of the most historically significant gurduaras, the Darbar Sahib of Amritsar (i.e., The Golden Temple).


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The Sikh Identity Embodied by Women

(2) Comments | Posted August 10, 2012 | 1:33 PM

As a Sikh woman, I am deeply aware of the images of the tragedy that has occurred in Wisconsin: a turbaned gentleman wiping a tear from his eyes, a group of women consoling each other and two unexpected young children being heralded as heroes. As we collectively process what has...

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