How South Asian Americans are reckoning with Partition’s legacy 72 years later

How South Asian Americans are reckoning with Partition’s legacy 72 years later

A special refugee train at Ambala Station in February 1954 in northern India. The 1947 Partition of India resulted in the largest human migration in history, lasting years. Photo courtesy of Creative Commons (RNS) — Earlier this summer, leaders from 12 South Asian American organizations, representing Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists, […]

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