Media Roundtable: Hong Kong Under China's Security Law & Trump's Attacks On Voting By Mail
On this edition of Your Call’s Media Roundtable, we're discussing the impacts of China’s national security law on Hong Kong. In recent weeks, independent media organizations have come under attack, activists have been arrested, and several have fled the country. What’s next for the territory?
Later in the show, we'll discuss the Trump administration’s disinformation campaign around mail-in ballots and their opposition to the Democrats’ proposed funding boost to the US Postal Service, less than three months until the 2020 election.
Wilfred Chan, contributing writer for The Nation
David Daley, senior fellow for FairVote and author of Unrigged: How Americans Are Battling Back to Save Democracy
The New York Times: Dozens Charged in Hong Kong for Taking Part in Tiananmen Protest
The New York Times: With Security Law as a Cudgel, Beijing Cracks Down on Hong Kong