A rally for justice will took place on Sunday, Aug. 13, at Hunter Park in Tulsa at 8 p.m. to support the tribal solidarity of the Kuki-Zomi Christians in Manipur, India, who are facing ethnic cleansing by the Meitei majority.

The Kuki-Zomi people, a minority tribal group in Manipur, India, have been living under a brutal campaign of violence and persecution by the Meitei groups since May 3, 2023. The Meitei groups have been targeting the Kuki-Zomi people for their faith and ethnicity, killing, raping, and displacing thousands of them.

The rally for justice is organized by the North American Manipur Tribal Association, which consists of U.S. citizens and others who have family members affected by the atrocities in Manipur. The rally aims to raise awareness about the plight of the Kuki-Zomi people and to urge the U.S. Congress and world leaders to intervene and stop the ethnic cleansing in Manipur.

The rally also seeks to support the Kuki-Zomi people’s right to self-determination and autonomy in their homeland.

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