The request comes amid reports of widespread abuses against Uyghurs in Xinjiang.
The bill calls for sanctions on the Xinjiang Communist Party Secretary Chen Quanguo.
Waris Ababekri had been detained in January and died within a week of being freed last month.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the China Cables prove ‘intentional’ violations in the region.
Instructions are provided for preventing escape, keeping the program secret, and using ‘points’ to grade detainees.
Adrian Zenz says that the region has built between 1,300 and 1,400 camps.
Uyghurs say refusing to eat pork leads to accusations of ‘extremism.’
America’s top diplomat highlighted Alfred Erkin’s case in a statement slamming abuses in Xinjiang.
“The world must not let this whistleblower down,” says the Washington Post.
Family members submit to invasive questions but know little about the officials who stay at their homes.
The ‘Xinjiang Papers’ detail how President Xi Jinping ordered a crackdown against Uyghurs in the region.
Ibrahim Kurban was never heard from again after being detained by an official from his local Public Security Bureau.
Intellectuals, businessmen, and religious figures are often targeted publicly to set an example to others.
The 14 were sent against their will, says a judicial official who brought them to the facility.
Evidence points to a shift to coercive labor from vocational training, according to Adrian Zenz.
Washington is troubled by reports that Beijing has "harassed, imprisoned, or arbitrarily detained" family members of Uyghur activists and survivors of internment camps.
Officials call the sleeping arrangements ‘normal’ and a way to ‘promote ethnic unity.’
The countries slammed mass detentions, restriction of rights, and surveillance measures.