Introduction

The China Society for Human Rights Studies released a report titled "Increasing Racial Discrimination Against Asians Exposes Overall Racist Nature of U.S. Society" on April 15, 2022. By listing data and various specific cases, the report said that many incidents that occurred since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic have exposed the overall racist nature of US society. The U.S. still takes pride in recognizing itself as a "White Anglo-Saxon Protestant" country and that Asian Americans, African Americans, Hispanics, and Native Americans are subject to discrimination and violations in various forms and cannot fully enjoy their human rights, the report said.

Report exposes rising anti-Asian racism in US

A report exposing increasing anti-Asian racism in the United States was released by the China Society for Human Rights Studies on April 15. By listing data and various specific cases, the report said that many incidents that occurred since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic have exposed the overall racist nature of US society, such as some US politicians' unscrupulous racist remarks and the wave of harassment and attacks on Asian-Americans. The report said that the US still takes pride in recognizing itself as a "White Anglo-Saxon Protestant" country and that Asian Americans, African Americans, Hispanics, and Native Americans are subject to discrimination and violations in various forms and cannot fully enjoy their human rights, the report said.[more..]

US in no position to talk about human rights

With the number of COVID confirmed cases and a death toll ranking first in the world, gun violence claiming 45 thousand lives a year, ethnic minorities suffering from increasingly severe racial discrimination and inequality, the US does not feel ashamed, but proud of its poor human right records and points fingers at other countries' human rights issues.[more..]

Can the US be called civilized society given its racism?: China Daily editorial

The shootings at three spas in Atlanta, Georgia, in March 2021 that claimed eight lives, including those of six women of Asian origin, were another tragic evidence of the rising anti-Asian hate crimes in the United States.[more..]

Philippines slams U.S. human rights report as "baseless"

"We question the (U.S.) State Department's report of abuses by (our) security forces," Philippine Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said in a statement. "We challenge it to provide us with details so our Commission on Human Rights, a constitutional and independent body, can verify them."[more..]

Iran condemns U.S. "hypocritical, deviant" human rights reports

A senior Iranian human rights official condemned on Friday "hypocritical and deviant" annual reports by the United States on the 2021 human rights situation in other countries, particularly Iran.[more..]