In Pakistan, more than 20 girls from minority communities are kidnapped and converted every month on the pretext of marriage, according to civil rights groups.
There were around 200,000 Sikhs in Afghanistan before the start of the conflict in 1979
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Millions of China's Uighur ethnic minority have gone missing over the past five years.
The global movement of Extinction Rebellion is here in India. But will people even care?
A new investigation suggests that mosques in the Xinjiang province have been completely or almost completely razed.
There's fear and then there's hope for those living on the fringes.
The anti-immigrant and right-wing extremist sentiment might sound familiar to you.
What it's like for minority students applying to elite colleges with affirmative action under threat
One student briefly considered not acknowledging his Asian descent on his application.
A rare film with a predominantly Chinese Indonesian cast is coming to theaters this week. Unfortunately, it features the same old tropes of the historically marginalized ethnic group in Indonesia.
We spoke to Rohingya Muslims fleeing ethnic cleansing in Myanmar
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