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Published on Nov 23, 2012
Close to 1,000 Hazaras have been killed in targeted attacks and shootings in the capital of Pakistan's largest province. The indifference towards the atrocities has forced this shrinking community to take escape routes and gamble between life at the promised land and death at the ocean. The blood of Hazara christens Balochistan in ways other than violence. Like many others, a house in the community has been carved in the hill. When the sun starts packing up, Hazara kids gather here. Absolved from the expanding graveyard, they climb these stairs to sketch their hearts out. Nobody talks about this at the sketch club, but everyone who comes here has a story.