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After accusations of forced labor in China, some consumers, brands and governments are calling for a boycott of Xinjiang cotton. But can you be sure that the items in your shopping basket don’t contain it? CNBC’s@Nessa_Anwar  reports.

⚡ Does the solar industry rely on forced labor in Xinjiang, the region at the center of China’s crackdown on Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities? Here's what 2 Bloomberg reporters found during their trip

⚡ Does the solar industry rely on forced labor in Xinjiang, the region at the center of China’s crackdown on Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities? Two Bloomberg reporters traveled to the region to find out

Exclusive: First it was cotton; now it’s #Xinjiang 's solar panels. The US has initiated a new round of "industry stifling" campaign against Xinjiang's polysilicon producers with the same old excuse of "forced labor."

OPINION: China is sabotaging its economic future with its antagonistic response to concerns over the use of forced labor in Xinjiang, Minxin Pei writes.

OPINION: China is sabotaging its economic future with its antagonistic response to concerns over the use of forced labor in Xinjiang, Minxin Pei writes.

After accusations of forced labor in China, some consumers, brands and governments are calling for a boycott of Xinjiang cotton. But can you be sure that the items in your shopping basket don’t contain it? Watch the full video here:

PV material manufacturer Xinjiang Daqo refuted @Bloomberg's unfounded, irresponsible "forced labor" report, saying Bloomberg should provide evidence, and that Daqo facility has always been open to visitors.

After accusations of forced labor in China, some consumers, brands and governments are calling for a boycott of Xinjiang cotton. But can you be sure that the items in your shopping basket don’t contain it? Watch the full video here: . (via ) @CNBCi 

Who's violating human rights? A man from Xinjiang, China created sand paintings to reveal the cotton farming history of the U.S. and to refute Western rumors about "forced labor" in Xinjiang. #GLOBALink 

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EXCLUSIVE: For years, human rights activists feared the Xinjiang detention facilities doubled as work camps. For the first time, satellite photos confirm China has built acres of factories inside the compounds, facilitating forced labor on a vast scale.

The Swedish clothing giant H&M cuts all ties with its Chinese supplier in Xinjiang due to alleged use of the forced labor of Uighur Muslims--a serious threat for any company operating from Xinjiang. H&M won't source any more cotton from Xinjiang.

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Fidel Castro left a dark legacy of forced labor camps, religious repression, widespread poverty, firing squads, and the murder of thousands of his own people. But sure, Bernie, let’s talk about his literacy program.

"Let's just be clear: 245 years of forced labor, rape, and the breeding, selling, and violent subjugation of human beings is slavery. And nothing, certainly not being asked to cover sneezes in Walmart, comes anywhere close to that." @JoyAnnReid  on Bill Barr. #TheReidOut 

BREAKING: U.S. bans cotton, hair products, computer components, and some textiles from China's Xinjiang province over forced labor issues.

Many of the companies boycotting Facebook until they enforce the “woke speech code” have no problem doing business with & in #China , whose government subjects #Uighur  Muslims to mass detention, forced labor & forced sterilization. Hypocrites

It is insane that our nurses are being forced to care for the sick without masks and respirators. The Department of Labor must immediately issue emergency workplace standards to protect our health workers, their families, and their patients.

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This is a video of Diana Sanchez receiving an “absorbent pad” that looks like a napkin after her water broke in her jail cell. She was then forced go through hours of labor alone. No help. No doctor. No anything. This is an issue of human rights.

The long-buried remains of 95 people were discovered at a Texas construction site, and now, officials have learned who these people probably were: freed black people forced to work in convict labor camps

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“Human trafficking, forced labor and modern slavery splinters families, distorts global markets, undermines the rule of law, strengthens transnational organized criminal networks and threatens national security everywhere.” -

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