We Uyghurs Have No Say: An Imprisoned Writer Speaks
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Tantor Media, Inc., 2023.
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5h 20m 0s
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Ilham Tohti., Ilham Tohti|AUTHOR., & David Lee Huynh|READER. (2023). We Uyghurs Have No Say: An Imprisoned Writer Speaks . Tantor Media, Inc..

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Ilham Tohti, Ilham Tohti|AUTHOR and David Lee Huynh|READER. 2023. We Uyghurs Have No Say: An Imprisoned Writer Speaks. Tantor Media, Inc.

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Ilham Tohti, Ilham Tohti|AUTHOR and David Lee Huynh|READER. We Uyghurs Have No Say: An Imprisoned Writer Speaks Tantor Media, Inc, 2023.

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Ilham Tohti, Ilham Tohti|AUTHOR, and David Lee Huynh|READER. We Uyghurs Have No Say: An Imprisoned Writer Speaks Tantor Media, Inc., 2023.

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In Xinjiang, the large northwest region of China, the government has imprisoned more than a million Uyghurs in reeducation camps. One of the incarcerated-whose sentence, unlike most others, has no end date-is Ilham Tohti, an intellectual and economist, a prolific writer, and formerly the host of a website, Uyghur Online. In 2014, Tohti was arrested; accused of advocating separatism, violence, and the overthrow of the Chinese government; subjected to a two-day trial; and sentenced to life. Nothing has been heard from him since.

Here are Tohti's own words, a collection of his plain-spoken calls for justice, scholarly explanations of the history of Xinjiang, and poignant personal reflections. While his courage and outspokenness about the plight of China's Muslim minorities is extraordinary, these essays sound a measured insistence on peace and just treatment for the Uyghurs.
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