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- "The story of the Komagata Maru resonates beyond 1914, linking to freedom movements in India and the right to vote for South Asians in Canada. It addresses how we build communities, understand official multiculturalism, how we remember our past and develop multiple connections. Here you will find collected for the first time rare government documents, newspaper articles, academic texts, videos....and even a diary."
Mayo Lumber Company, (197-)
SD 538.3 C3 M39 video Shelves (VHS, bl & wh)
_ "This silent, black & white film is a rare film on a unique East Indian family owned and operated lumber company in the mid Vancouver Island region."
- "With the discovery of gold the face of the province is changed ... discrimination against Sikhs, Chinese and the Japanese explodes in the riots of 1907 and the Komagata Maru incident of 1914."
Sari red, 1988
DA 125 S57 S37 1988 Video Shelves (VHS (3rd floor)
- "A visual poem made in memory of a young East Indian woman killed by racists in 1985 in an attack in England."
A Sense of family, 1980
FC 106 E3 S46 Video Shelves (VHS) (3rd floor)
- "charts East Indian immigration from the early 1900's to the present day. The families profiled relate their immigration experiences, as well as their struggle to integrate themselves economically and socially into Canada."
To love, honour and obey, 2004
FC 106 S55 T65 2001 Video Shelves (VHS) (3rd floor)
- "On the Sikh traditional arranged marriage, and the attitudes toward and role of women, and how these traditions translate when Sikhs move to Canada, or are faced with modern influences in India."