1984 Sikh Massacre: News Footage with Interviews and Testimonials — Media Compiled by Ensaaf

Nov 6, 2019

Recorded a few days after the 1984 Sikh massacre, here is media footage compiled by Ensaaf, "a nonprofit organization working to end impunity and achieve justice for crimes against humanity in India, with a special focus on Punjab, by documenting abuses, bringing perpetrators to justice, and organizing survivors." Included are relevant links to Ensaaf's website, their publications, reports, videos, and other resources about a very highly relevant and persisting struggle for justice. All embedded media links back to original sources with proper citation and with this particular video featured in our film (documentary) section.

Recorded a few days after the 1984 Sikh massacre, here is media footage compiled by Ensaaf, "a nonprofit organization working to end impunity and achieve justice for crimes against humanity in India, with a special focus on Punjab, by documenting abuses, bringing perpetrators to justice, and organizing survivors." Included are relevant links to Ensaaf's website, their publications, reports, videos, and other resources about a very highly relevant and persisting struggle for justice. All embedded media links back to original sources with proper citation and with this particular video featured in our film (documentary) section.

Caution: due to the gravity of the material depicted and presented in the video, viewer discretion is advised. 

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Knowledge is like Teher.
A handful of cooked rice
a humble offering
to ward off the grief
from an entire century.
Whosoever receives Teher
does so with blessings
and well wishes.
Today the T in Teher
is the T in Taaleem
just as the K in Kashmir
is the K in your name.
From Teōtīhuacān to Tral
we make a humble offering.

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