A Sikh boy reads banners adorning parade floats in Fowler during the recent fifth annual celebration of the religion’s founder Guru Nanak’s birthday. The banners reference violence in Punjab since June and questions what has changed since thousands of Sikh civilians were killed starting in 1984.
A Sikh boy reads banners adorning parade floats in Fowler during the recent fifth annual celebration of the religion’s founder Guru Nanak’s birthday. The banners reference violence in Punjab since June and questions what has changed since thousands of Sikh civilians were killed starting in 1984. ANDREA CASTILLO acastillo@fresnobee.com
A Sikh boy reads banners adorning parade floats in Fowler during the recent fifth annual celebration of the religion’s founder Guru Nanak’s birthday. The banners reference violence in Punjab since June and questions what has changed since thousands of Sikh civilians were killed starting in 1984. ANDREA CASTILLO acastillo@fresnobee.com

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