Harvinder Singh Phoolka embodies what it means to be Sikh through his service as a politician and human right activist. Singh has been leading a 35-year long legal battle in pursuit of justice for victims of 1984 Sikh genocide. His unwavering dedication and resilience is a true testament of chardi kalla.
What inspires him? What encourages him to continue fighting? What is it like to challenge large political governments? Join Sikh Heritage Manitoba for an open conversation regarding H.S. Phoolka’s experience with justice and 1984.