Stand With Kashmir | Protestors in Dearborn demand an immediate end to India’s human rights atrocities


Shafaqna: Dearborn, MI USA: On Sunday, September 22, 2019 SWK (Stand With Kashmir) held a rally in front of the Dearborn Police station to demand an immediate end to India’s human rights atrocities.

Supporters from diverse backgrounds protested in solidarity for the people of Kashmir in ending the occupation and supporting their right to self-determination. Among the supporters were local community religious leaders, political activists, and local residents of Michigan.

Supporters were wearing red in solidarity and holding several graphic pictures of killings to demonstrate the severity of Indian brutality. “Recolonize, resist, dignify” was chanted from the supporters all through out the protest.

SWK (Stand With Kashmir) is a Kashmiri diaspora-driven independent global citizen grassroots group committed to the following:

  • Elevate the discourse on Kashmir to a global stage through education and advocacy.
  • Establish solidarity with other movements through grassroots mobilization.
  • Change the mainstream media narrative on Kashmir by leveraging the voice of Kashmiris.