Photo courtesy of Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum

In Xinjiang, a region in northwestern China, the Uyghur population is in peril. In recent years, the Chinese government has targeted the Uyghurs, a mostly Muslim ethnic group, in a genocidal campaign, arbitrarily imprisoning more than one million people in internment camps and subjecting others to surveillance, forced labor, and sterilization.

The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum will present a discussion of the history of persecution of the Uyghurs in China, the conditions they currently face under a repressive regime, and the global response to the genocide.





Admission is free.
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