Since the annexation of the Sikh confederacy by the British in 1849, the Sikh peoples have been resiliently resisting foreign occupation and mobilizing to re-establish Sikh sovereignty in the Punjab. The manifestations of Sikh liberation movements since 1849 have taken a variety of forms that continue to inspire and drive Sikh self-determination today.
The Crisis of Indian Farmer Suicides
Every 30 minutes, a farmer in India dies by suicide due to crippling debt and agrarian malpractice supported by the Indian Government. And instead of listening to its citizens, the Indian government vilifies their democratic right to dissent.