Segments in this Video

Persecuted Minorities (07:01)


Over 625,000 Rohingya have fled oppression and death in Northern Rakhine State; 60% are children. At a camp, UNICEF workers treat those who are sick and children describe their experiences. Matthew Smith documents atrocities; the Myanmar military denies any wrong doing.

Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar (03:21)

Reporters visit Northern Rakhine State and are surprised by the lack of people at the capital. See an interview with Dr. Win Myat Aye; he denies ethnic cleansing.

Public Perception of Rohingya (07:03)

Reporters are denied interviews; locals share what they hear about the Rohingya. A Buddhist monk says news produced by western media is wrong and the children are lying; Sitagu Sayadaw supports killing non-Buddhists. The Myanmar government uses social media.

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The Unwanted

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A humanitarian crisis is unfolding in Bangladesh and social media has become the new battle ground in the fight over Rohingya. This ABC News film highlights one of the world's most persecuted minorities.

Length: 19 minutes

Item#: BVL146100

ISBN: 978-1-64198-911-4

Copyright date: ©2017

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