children of air india: An Interview with The Asian Star

A poetic rendition of angelic lives that ended in violent deaths:

…Renee is unsure yet contemplative about the question that are we as immigrants simply living in a multicultural bubble where even our tragedies are measured by the colour of our skin.  “It’s a difficult question for any artist to answer, but I would like my readers to ask themselves this question when they read the book. I want them to think why this event hasn’t become in a certain way America’s 9/11 because there is no denying the fact that Air India tragedy, although over reported is certainly under represented in the Canadian psyche,” remarked Renee.

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