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Case Summary: The Rohingya are an ethnic and religious minority group living in a region of Myanmar (also known as Burma). They have been relentlessly persecuted by the government, stripped of their citizenship, killed and chased out of their villages, and rejected by other nations when seeking asylum. Many end up in camps in Bangladesh, where conditions are terrible and the poor Bangladeshis cannot afford to feed them. The Trump administration has lowered the number of Rohingyas being allowed to enter the US as refugees, a terrible policy that needs to be reversed. Resettlement in safe places, like the US, is the only workable solution to the Rohingyas’ plight, since their own country rejects them and neighboring countries cannot care for them
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Coach Vance debated in National Forensic League debate while in high school from 1979-1982. In college, he judged at high school NFL tournaments in North Carolina. A homeschooling dad himself, he realized the growing potential and benefit of homeschool debate and switched over to coaching homeschoolers a couple years later. In 2001, he helped Chris Jeub with bringing The Blue Book to a more advanced level. He has been co-authoring Blue Book ever since.