Anniversary of the Rohingya Genocide

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The Rohingya are a Muslim minority group in Burma. They have experienced discrimination, persecution and mass atrocities by the Burmese government.

The UN and other International human rights organizations have attempted to label the killings and abuse that made over 700,000 Rohingya flee from Burma to Bangladesh in 2017. A number that is now calculated at over 1,100,000.

Today we remember this is an ongoing genocide - which has still not been officially designated as a genocide.

Please watch and share this video and learn more.

Declaring the atrocities against the Rohingya in 2017 as genocide would be an important step in protecting the 1 million Rohingya still living in Burma (Myanmar) and holding the perpetrators accountable. 

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