Bwoglines: Internment Camps And Toys In China

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Happening in the World: The Xinjiang region in China has legalized internment camps for Muslim Uighurs. Detainees are forced to renounce their faith and pronounce their loyalty to President Xi Jinping.

Happening in the U.S.: On her way out of office, Nikki Haley claims international respect for the United States has grown, despite a Pew Research poll showing “10 percent or less of respondents in Germany, France, and Spain believe Trump is trying to do the right thing in world affairs” (US News).

Happening in NYC: In the wake of Toys R Us’s liquidation, FAO Schwartz announced it will be opening a flagship store at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York City on November 16 in preparation for the holiday season. The company also said it plans to open permanent stores in Canada and China and pop-up shops in Spain, Australia, and London (CNBC).

Happening on Campus: HeForShe is hosting a discussion on women in STEM today from 10:00 am-11:30 am in Low Library.

Book of the Day: The Color Purple by Alice Walker

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  1. Anonymous

    In Defense of Internment: The Case for 'Racial Profiling' in World War II and the War on Terror ( ISBN 0-89526-051-4) is a 2004 investigative book written by conservative American political commentator Michelle Malkin. American born Japanese gave shelter to fallen Japanese Pearl Harbor bombers and helped plan the bombing. McCloy prosecuted the Black Tom JC NJ megaton sabotage planned by Von Pappen (who also planned and oversaw the Armenian genocide) and advised FDR in favor of internment camps, which included those born in Germany as well as Japan.

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