A terrible human rights crisis is happening right now at the hands of the Myanmar government. Since August 2017, terrified Rohingya families — a Muslim ethnic minority — have been killed, raped, and pushed out by the military in Myanmar. Entire villages have been burned to the ground, and the military has shot anyone who tries to escape. The United Nations called this crisis "a textbook example of ethnic cleansing." Nearly 700,000 Rohingya have fled Myanmar to nearby Bangladesh, making this the world's fastest growing refugee crisis. Make sure the United States stands up against this crisis now by asking your Senator to help stop the violence in Myanmar.