Disney Threatened to Pull Out of Georgia Over Abortion Law, but Filmed in Region Where Chinese Uighurs Are Imprisoned

Posted on AllSides September 9th, 2020
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Disney is facing criticism for filming where China’s Uighurs are allegedly being interned more than a year after CEO Bob Iger suggested the company might be forced to cut ties with Georgia after the state passed an anti-abortion law.

In the credits for the live-action version of “Mulan,” Disney thanked a Chinese agency called Turpan Municipal Bureau of Public Safety, which is allegedly responsible for running internment camps housing individuals from the country’s Muslim minority groups, the BBC reported Monday. Disney filmed the movie in Xinjiang, China, where Uighur people...

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