The Sikhs in Canada: Migration, Race, Class, and Gender
This book studies the migration and settlement of Sikhs from India to Canada, and looks at the socio-economic and cultural lives of that diaspora. It deals with gender, community, family, identity, religious beliefs, and language.
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