My story is your story.
The New York Times Magazine
By Sarah A. Topol
No Uighur family was untouched by this tragedy, but it seemed to her that too many people were politicizing the crisis. She thought Uighur groups in exile were talking too much about religious freedom and independence. She didn’t see any expression of human pain.
The South China Morning Post
What happened to our parents?
By Xinyan Yu
The Foreign Policy
China’s War on Uighurs
Interview by Sarah Wildman
Even China’s ‘Model’ Uyghurs Aren’t Safe
By Kelly Ng
Uyghurs who have tried hard to assimilate into the majority Han Chinese culture have not been spared from detention.… read more.
How TikTok opened a window into China’s police state
By Isobel Cockerell
A video shows mostly Uyghur police dancing before the Chinese flag. A sign above them suggests it’s part of a group psychological support session… read more.
A Speech at Stockholm Anti-totalitarianism Rally
I live in Sweden, I’m standing among you, yet I’m too afraid to deliver this message to you myself as it will put myself and my family in risk if I am recognized. This is how bad the situation is… read more.
Islamophobia in China
Too many racist, homophobic, misogynistic, and Islamophobic conversations stop at the moment when we think they are too wrong to even be debated, when we think the people who hold opinions contrary to our own are no longer worth communicating with.… read more.