[Stand with Kashmir]

I will never forget the chants of ‘Azadi’ in Times Square

Fourteen-year-old Kashmiri American Zaara Malik says the thousands of people who came out to support Kashmir in New York last Friday left her mesmerized.

The past month and a half or so has been nothing short of a whirlwind for me and our family.

My whole world has revolved around one thought: Kashmir.

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SWK is a Kashmiri diaspora-led international solidarity movement that seeks to end the Indian occupation and support the right to self-determination.

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Stand with Kashmir

Stand with Kashmir

SWK is a Kashmiri diaspora-led international solidarity movement that seeks to end the Indian occupation and support the right to self-determination.

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