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Indus Media Foundation is proud to present our latest short documentary videos, in collaboration with the Museum of Surrey, titled ‘History Informs the Future’.

Visible minority identities corrupted by stereotypes served the status quo and to disenfranchise South Asian pioneers as they do now. Among the first non-white communities to settle in Canada, the Sikhs share a long common history with this country under the British Crown. These untold stories of Sikh-Canadian Heritage are narrated by pioneers and trailblazers from within the community. Mainstream observers also describe their experience of interactions with Canadian Sikhs and comment on Sikh identity.

 

Brothers-in-Arms (Video 1):  The Home Front – Shining a light on #Sikh history in #Canada this video narrates untold stories from the 1940s.

IMFC History Informs the Future: Brothers-in-Arms (Video 1):  The Home Front

 

Brothers-in-Arms (Video 2): Silent Voices – Shining a light on #Sikh history in #Canada this video narrates untold stories from the 1950s.

IMFC History Informs the Future: Brothers-in-Arms (Video 2): Silent Voices

 

Brothers-in-Arms (Video 3): A Matter of Tradition – Shining a light on #Sikh history in #Canada this video examines the Canadian Governments  1990s approval of the Turban for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

IMFC History Informs the Future: Brothers-in-Arms (Video 3): A Matter of Tradition

 

Brothers-in-Arms (Video 4): A Matter of Tradition (Punjabi Version) – Policing & The Turban in #Canada – A Punjabi Language production of Video 3 “A Matter Of Tradition”, this video provides more context to the humanitarian and law enforcement traditions of the #Sikh community as #British Citizens.

IMFC History Informs the Future: Brothers-in-Arms (Video 4): A Matter of Tradition (Punjabi Version)

 

Sikh Heritage Month Webinar by RBCM – A webinar produced by the Royal BC Museum as part of Sikh Heritage month remote learning program explores Sikh Heritage in Canada. Educator Annie Ohana makes connections to curriculum.