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US Bans Imported Goods from the Xinjiang Region Citing Human Rights Violations 
By Teresa Arsinian As of March 2021, it has been estimated that there are 2 million Uyghur people held in detention centers. According to the Chinese government, …
COVID – 19 Preparedness and the Rohingya Refugee Crisis: Concrete Solutions Still Needed
By: Navdha Sharma The Rohingya people are a Muslim minority who belong to the state of Rakhine in Myanmar. As it is a Buddhist-majority country, they often …
“Log kya kahenge”: The Devastating Effects of the Model Minority Myth on Access to Healthcare
By: Ishpreet Kaur Log kya kahenge, or “what will people say”, is a familiar refrain to many second-generation South Asians. While the diaspora children may know the …
An Immutable Definition? How the 75-Year-Old Grounds for Asylum Struggle to Adapt to the 21st Century
The very word “refugee” carries a significant rhetorical, social, and legal power. While the plights of refugees and asylum seekers can mobilize civil society and invoke empathy …
AB 3228 – A California bill and its implications
Despite celebrations that California was ‘banning private prisons’ in 2019 as headlines claimed, its for-profit prison industry is still currently alive and well in 2020, even expanding, …

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