Food Industries: Sports Teams and Internment Camps
food industries: Behind locked gates, men and women are sewing sportswear that can end up on U.S. college campuses and sports teams, according to CTV. This is one of a growing number of internment camps in the Xinjiang region, where by some estimates 1 million Muslims are detained, forced to give up their language and their religion and subject to political indoctrination. Dozens of armed officers and a growling Doberman stand guard outside. Now, the Chinese government is also forcing some detainees to work in manufacturing and food industries. The Associated Press has tracked recent, ongoing shipments from one such factory inside an internment camp to Badger Sportswear, a leading supplier in Statesville, North Carolina. Some of them are within the internment camps; others are privately owned, state-subsidized factories where detainees are sent once they are released. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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