Human Lives Human Rights: Since the murder of George Floyd by a police officer in the United States sparked the global Black Lives Matter movement, there’s been only “piecemeal progress” in addressing systemic racism, OHCHR said in a new report.
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The United nations criticized the United States for little progress combating systemic racism against people of African descent.
Holding the first historic Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health by the White House and at the same time inadequate and inefficient functioning of government policies in this field.
Amnesty International: American authorities’ action of subjecting Haitian asylum seekers to arbitrary detention and discriminatory and humiliating ill-treatment amounts to race-based torture.
Human Rights Watch: The Biden Administration’s decision to hold back Foreign Military Financing to Egypt based on the government’s human rights record does not sufficiently respond to its ongoing repression and rights abuses.
Human Rights Watch: The US record on protecting our children is Abysmal.
Presence of more than 230 Afghan children are alone in the U.S. while their parents or caregivers remain in Afghanistan.
Since Oct. 1 of last year, when fiscal 2022 started, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials have registered 748 migrant deaths at the border.
The number of reported military sexual assaults spiked last year, with a 13 percent increase in reports over the previous year.
Two out of ten American citizens, especially blacks, face armed violence.