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How do we remember? How do we advocate? How do we survive? In this episode we feature three leading voices in the November 1984 Anti-Sikh pogroms study.

How do we remember? How do we advocate? How do we survive?

In this episode we feature three leading voices in the November 1984 Anti-Sikh pogroms study.

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Ishmeet Kaur

Educator, Author, & Poet
Educator, Author, & Poet

Dr. Ishmeet Kaur Chaudhry (educationist, author, and poet) teaches at the Centre for English Studies at Central University of Gujarat, Gandhinagar. She received her Ph.D. in English from the Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla.

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Manvinder Kaur

Webinar Coordinator
Webinar Coordinator

Manvinder Kaur is the webinar coordinator with SikhRI. She holds a MA in religious studies from McMaster University where her research focused on the intersections ofalcohol and Sikhi, particularly considering influences of colonialism, gender, and trauma.

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Ryan Singh Kohli

Barrister
Barrister

Ryan Singh Kohli is a practising barrister in England and Wales and a leading practitioner in the fields of public law and judicial review. 

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Santbir Singh

Research Associate
Research Associate

Santbir Singh is a Research Associate with SikhRI. He is currently doing his Ph.D. in Sociology at York University. His graduate research focuses on Sikh activism and the inherent relationship between Sikhi and anarchism explored through historical and contemporary Sikh movements, such as the Kisān Morcha (Farmer’s Protests) of 2020-2021. 

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