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On this groundbreaking historic quick story, David Joseph brings to gentle one of the shameful incidents in American historical past—“The Bellingham Riots” that, because the papers learn, “wiped the Punjabi off the map.” The story reveals the plight of Sikh and Japanese within the U.S. who fought discrimination and established a proud legacy within the historical past of a rustic that’s really a “melting pot.” The story opens up with a fifteen-year-old boy and a younger Japanese couple that flee Bellingham to flee the violence. “Punjabi” is a signature David Joseph story that begins with tragedy and ends with the reader in tears of pleasure. Utilizing notes from a dialog with an aged Punjabi man, David Joseph met in a café in West Virginia, and notes from interviewing aged Japanese, David Joseph considers it an obligation to the Sikh and Japanese to jot down this story.