International rights group accuses China of ‘crimes against humanity’

(NEW YORK) -- Amnesty International on Thursday officially branded China’s actions against its Turkic Muslim population as “crimes against humanity.” “Muslims living in Xinjiang may be the most closely surveyed population in the world,” Jonathan Loeb, senior crisis adviser with Amnesty International, told reporters. In conjunction... Read More.

Hate crimes are hard to prosecute, but why?

(NEW YORK) -- Violence against Asian Americans has grown since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Violence and harassment against Asian Americans continue to make national headlines -- but experts and advocates say some of those attacks may never be tried as hate crimes. Several factors... Read More.