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Contact your elected representative

Visit our congressional action center to contact your representatives and get them to support bills that will help Uighurs get the fair treatment they deserve.

“All who believe in the principle of “never again” after the horror of the Nazi extermination camps and Stalin’s gulag must speak up against China’s grotesque use of brainwashing, prisons and torture.”

Washington Post Editorial

Write and call to the Chinese Embassy

Speak to them about the following issues.

No more camps

China must close all concentration camps and release all those unjustly held.

Religious freedom

Ask that Uighur be treated as Tibetans. Unlike the Tibetans, Uighur do not benefit from a well-defined U.S. policy supporting their political rights, autonomy and identity.

Family respect

China must respect families by not taking away children and not inserting Chinese men into Uighur family homes.

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We urgently need volunteers with the following skills.
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Masjid ambassadors to keep a masjid informed and engaged.

Organizing presentations and fundraisers.

Interfaith outreach to mobilize them for this cause.

Social media mobilizers.

Writers to record and write stories of Uighur survivors.

Translators from English to Arabic, Indonesian, Urdu, Bangla
and in languages used in Africa

March for Uighur on April 6, 2019

April 6, 2019 is the day for the world wide demonstrations against Chinese oppression. Please join us in Washington DC or organize an event in your city.


Donate to end Uighur Concentration Camps

For months the Uighur Muslim leadership has been asking us to help them. They are quite concerned about the silence and inaction on the behalf of Muslim Americans as well as of Muslim-majority countries. We are guiding Uighur leadership now. We have arranged their meetings in Washington DC, Chicago, Toronto, Houston, New York, and Los Angeles. We need your donations to hire two full time staff and several interns to educate and mobilize to close these concentration camps. Please mail your checks to Sound Vision, 27 E. Monroe St. #700, Chicago IL 60603. Or go online Sound Vision has led many campaigns for Muslims. Bosnia Task Force and now Burma Task Force are based in Sound Vision. Sound Vision does public relations, media, and resource development for the Muslim community.

If you are an Uighur, ask the U.S. Government to

Open consulates

Open consulates in the East Turkestan regional capital of Urumchi that will permit a closer monitoring of human rights conditions in the region.

Use the GMA

Use the “Global Magnitsky Act” to take action against the Chinese officials complicit in human rights violations.

Call on China

Call on China to immediately release all internees that have been detained in camps.

Establish coordinator

Establish a “Special Coordinator for Uighur Affairs” for any current and future issues.

Support Uighur organizations

Uyghur Human Rights Project
Uyghur Human Rights Project
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