China’s Mass Internment and Persecution of Muslims
Over a million people, mostly Uighur Muslims, are in indefinite detention in a secretive network of prisons in Northwest China. “Xinjiang has become an open-air prison — a place where Orwellian high-tech surveillance, political indoctrination, forced cultural assimilation, arbitrary arrests and disappearances have turned ethnic minorities into strangers in their own land” - Kumi Naidoo, Secretary-General of Amnesty International.

Panel Speakers:
Rushan Abbas, Managing Director, Campaign for Uighurs
Darren Byler, Ph.D, Lecturer, Sociocultural Anthropology, University of Washington
Moderated by Peter Jan Honigsberg, Professor of Law, University of San Francisco

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