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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Shuts Down Ex-Trump Aide Sebastian Gorka
"Pretty sure we're on the right side of history if you're my opposition," she snapped after Gorka attacked her for saying migrants don't deserve mistreatment.
Last Surviving Khmer Rouge Leaders Found Guilty Of Genocide
By Sopheng Cheang, AP
Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan were sentenced to life in prison.
Jewish Students Mark 80 Years Since Kristallnacht
Kristallnacht, known as “the night of broken glass” occured 80 years ago throughout Germany and Austria.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Evokes Holocaust In Vote PSA Ripping Trump
She points to the Pittsburgh synagogue slaughter in a plea for citizens to “vote for unity.”
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California College Ditches Racist 'Prospector Pete' Mascot
Cal State Long Beach is cutting ties with a symbol of the Gold Rush that was a nightmare for Native Americans.
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Myanmar Military Chiefs Should Be Prosecuted For Genocide Against Rohingya, UN Team Says
By Jamey Keaten, AP
The team compiled accounts of crimes including gang rape, the torching of hundreds of villages, enslavement and killings of children.
Are People Already Forgetting The Holocaust?
A survey released on Holocaust Remembrance Day shows major gaps in knowledge of basic information about it.
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Many Americans Still Don't Know Basic Facts About The Holocaust, Survey Finds
Only 41 percent of Americans knew what Auschwitz was — but that shouldn't come as a total shock.
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Thousands March In France Over The Murder Of An 85-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor
President Macron says the attackers killed "innocent and vulnerable woman because she was Jewish, and in doing so profaned our sacred values and our history."
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Mass Graves Suggest Systematic Killing Of Rohingya In Myanmar
The country's government denies it's engaged in ethnic cleansing.
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6 Of The Most Bizarre News Stories In 2017
It's tough to believe so much weirdness was crammed into a single year.
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The Actual Rohingya Death Toll Is 22 Times Higher Than Official Estimate, Survey Shows
In one month, thousands were burned, beaten, or shot to death, according to Doctors Without Borders.
Pope Francis Begs For Peace In Myanmar
But he left out a very important word.
Christopher Columbus' So-Called American 'Discovery' Leaves Little To Celebrate
He’s credited with discovering America, which isn’t true. But what he did do was commit genocide against entire native populations. Here’s why we really shouldn’t be celebrating Christopher Columbus.
What This Holocaust Survivor Wants Americans To Understand About The Resistance
"I wouldn't be here today if people didn't care."
Rise Of Far-Right Reminds Holocaust Survivor Of The Hate She Was Lucky To Escape
Maud Dahme was 4 years old when the Nazis invaded her home country of The Netherlands. Decades later, she says she is troubled by the reemergence of anti-Semitism today.
Weekend Roundup: Rohingya Plight Stirs Global Conscience
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The brutal crackdown on Myanmar’s Muslim minority is a reminder of ethnic violence in Rwanda and Bosnia.
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Myanmar's Suu Kyi To Skip UN General Assembly Amid Outrage Over Rohingya Crisis
Hundreds of thousands of minority Muslims have fled Myanmar in recent weeks.
Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi Dismisses Horrific Abuse Of Rohingyas As 'Misinformation'
The Nobel laureate has declined to condemn violence against Rohingya Muslims.
Responding To Racism As A White Man
Comedian. Author. Idiot.
In 2017, symbols of racism and treason shouldn’t be debated or voted on.
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Teen Tackled By Bystanders For Allegedly Vandalizing Holocaust Memorial
It's the second time the New England Holocaust Memorial has been vandalized in the last two months.
This Woman Escaped The Nazis Once. Now She's Fighting Nazism Again.
Marianne Rubin escaped from the horrors of the Holocaust as a child. What's happening today frightens her.
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