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 Taylor Report 
 Michaela Lavis, Graduate Student at York University and Kashmir rights activist
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Phil interviews Michaela Lavis, a graduate student at York University, following the publication of her OP-ED piece in the Toronto Star entitled, "My Christmas in Kashmir's Refugee Camps."

Lavis explains that she visited 4 camps in Azad Kashmir (in Pakistan), which have housed some 40,000 refugees fleeing persecution in Indian-Occupied Kashmir since 1990. These are people whose family members were assaulted or arrested by Indian occupation troops or whose houses were burnt down. In these camps, the occupants have not heard a word from their families in Indian-Occupied Kashmir for six months since the Indian government unilaterally locked down Kashmir and annexed the territory.

The problem, Lavis notes, began in 1947 during the British partition of India.
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00:14:09 English 2020-01-06
 Toronto, Ontario
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