Sam Kim

Africans in Guangzhou: Forced Evictions & Xenophobia

A trendy phrase that has come up in political rhetoric over the past couple of weeks has been the term “xenophobia”. Sundstrom and Kim define this phenomenon as a form of civic ostracism, sourcing from feelings of racism or nationalism; it essentially takes away the political agency for minority people groups and eliminates their ability …

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The Legal System and Necessity of Prison Reform in the DRC

The government and other entities within the Democratic Republic of Congo have previously been accused of several horrendous human rights violations. Whether it’s cases of ethnic cleansing or major abuses in manual labor work, international human rights organizations have noted many different incidents for an extended period of time. Amongst these cases, this paper will …

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