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Komagata Maru history vividly revisited in Ali Kazimi's "Undesirables"
Ninety-eight years after the Komagata Maru deportations, demands for a Parliamentary apology resurfaced. But history must not ignore the migrant justice activists of then and now, writes Ali Kazimi.
David P. Ball
May 18th, 2012