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‘Land of My Dreams’: The strength of the women who led the 2019 Shaheen Bagh protests

By France24
29 February 2024   |   4:10 pm
Filmmaker Nausheen Khan's Land of My Dreams recounts the 2019 Shaheen Bagh protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). Khan captures the resilience and powerful patriotism of the women at the forefront of the movement, while exploring her own Muslim identity.1

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