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Sharon Kleinbaum, Commissioner

Sharon Kleinbaum currently serves as spiritual leader of New York City's Congregation Beit Simchat Torah (CBST). She was installed as CBST's first rabbi in 1992 at the height of the AIDS crisis. A prominent advocate for human rights, Rabbi Kleinbaum is currently a Commissioner on New York City's Commission on Human Rights and serves on Mayor de Blasio's Faith Based Advisory Council.

USCIRF Victims List Intake Form

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*Only governments that USCIRF recommends as “countries of particular concern” (CPCs), "special watch list" (SWLs), “entities of particular concern” (EPCs). For a list of USCIRF-recommended CPCs, SWLs, EPCs, and further information on the standards used, see http://www.uscirf.gov/.

Submitter Information (for internal use only)

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Victim Information

Files must be less than 2 MB.
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Please include specific information on the religious nature of the persecution experienced, including details about any instances of imprisonment, detention, forced disappearances, house arrest, torture, or forced renunciations of faith.
E.g. International awards.
E.g. does victim has a spouse, children, or other dependents, health concerns, time urgency.

If you have a large number of submissions and would like to avoid filling out individual forms for each victim, please download this spreadsheet and fill in as much information for each victim as you can. The required sections are denoted in green. Once done, you may send it to VictimsList@uscirf.gov

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Anurima Bhargava, Vice Chair

Anurima Bhargava is a civil rights lawyer with extensive experience in various roles advocating for members of underrepresented communities. Before founding Anthem of Us, where she currently serves as President, Bhargava was the Chief of the Educational Opportunities Section of the Civil Rights Division at the U.S.

Hu Shigen

Hu Shigen was born on November 14, 1955, in Jiangxi Province. He received his university education in Beijing and later taught at the Beijing Language Institute. 

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