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The Pakistan-Bangladesh War of 1971 was a turning point in South Asian history, the effects of which, continue to impact the region and the diaspora today. In this discussion activists and writers discuss the different ways the 1971 war is remembered and archived in the lives of the generations that have come since. Featuring Salil Tripathi, author of The Colonel Who Would Not Repent: The Bangladesh War and its Unquiet Legacy, Tahmima Anam, British Bangladeshi author of A Golden Age, The Good Muslim and The Bones of Grace, journalist and human rights activist David Bergman. Chaired by Niaz Alam, journalist, writer and member of the Editorial Board of Dhaka Tribune.

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