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He has never sported a pair of Lonsdale Slip-ons, contrary to reports. Latest an hour ago. Love then led her from a fulfilling professional life in exile back to her hometown of Jaffna and to civil war, during which her human rights advocacy made her a target for everyone with a gun. She was killed on September 21, at the age of As beautifully portrayed in Canadian filmmaker Helene Klodawsky's No More Tears Sister , kicking off the 19th season of public television's POV series, Rajani Thiranagama's life is emblematic of generations of postcolonial leftist revolutionaries whose hopes for a future that combined national sovereignty with progressive ideas of equality and justice have been dashed by civil war -- often between religious and ethnic groups, and often between repressive governments and criminal rebel gangs.
Speaking out for the first time in the 15 years since Rajani Thiranagama's assassination, those who knew her best talk about the person she was and the sequence of events that led to her murder. Especially moving are the memories of Rajani's older sister, Nirmala Rajasingam, with whom she shared a happy childhood, a political awakening and a lifelong dedication to fighting injustice; and her husband, Dayapala Thiranagama, who was everything a middle-class Tamil family might reject -- a Sinhalese radical student from an impoverished rural background.
Also included are the recollections of Rajani's younger sisters, Vasuki and Sumathy; her parents; her daughters, Narmada and Sharika; and fellow human rights activists who came out of hiding to tell her story.
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The film rounds out its portrayal with rare archival footage, personal photographs and re-enactments in which Rajani is portrayed by daughter Sharika Thiranagama. It is the testimony of Nirmala and Dayapala, along with Rajani's own voice in the form of her letters, that create the dramatic core of the film. Nirmala, a well-known Sri Lankan activist in her own right, still cries for her sister, for their shared dreams and for their war-torn country. Dayapala is the student revolutionary from the countryside who fell in love with Rajani and never expected, after failed insurrections, imprisonment, torture and exile, to be the one to survive and to care for their two daughters.
Nirmala and Dayapala's grief for Rajani is as palpable as their grief for the war-torn island once thought as close to paradise as any place on earth. Sri Lanka, formerly known as Ceylon, was one of the longest-colonized countries of South Asia, occupied for significant periods by the Portuguese, the Dutch and lastly the British. Ceylon was a multi-ethnic and multi-religious country made up of Burgers, Tamils, Muslims and Buddhist Sinhalese. Under British rule, these groups had to compete for political representation and economic advantages. Ordinary Sinhalese, the ethnic majority, felt that the minorities -- the Tamils and Muslims -- were sheltered and privileged at their expense.
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Once independence came in , elections swept ultranationalist Sinhalese politicians into power, and a dramatic reversal of fortune began. The Sinhalese wanted to reassert their culture, language, schools and religion. Find out more about your rights as a buyer - opens in a new window or tab and exceptions - opens in a new window or tab. Postage and packaging. The seller hasn't specified a postage method to Germany. Contact the seller - opens in a new window or tab and request post to your location.
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