Rights Groups Attack Chinese "Re-Education" Camps Critics question the Chinese government's "re-education" camps for drug dealers, prostitutes and people who express political views unpopular with the government. Human-rights advocates say the camps are used to suppress dissent. NPR's Rob Gifford reports.

Rights Groups Attack Chinese "Re-Education" Camps

Rights Groups Attack Chinese "Re-Education" Camps

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Critics question the Chinese government's "re-education" camps for drug dealers, prostitutes and people who express political views unpopular with the government. Human-rights advocates say the camps are used to suppress dissent. NPR's Rob Gifford reports.