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Bahram Sintash holds a photo of his father, Qurban Mamut, who has been missing since 2017. — US Holocaust Memorial Museum

What Uyghur Americans Want You to Know about the Olympic Games

And why what is happening in China may be genocide

Mamatjan Juma holds a photo of his younger brother Ahmatjan, one of two brothers who have been missing since 2017. — US Holocaust Memorial Museum
In July 2015, outside the Id Kah Mosque in the ancient Silk Road trade town of Kashgar, Uyghur men and women pray during Eid al-Fitr, a joyous Muslim holiday that marks the end of Ramadan. Police vehicles and security line the public square in Xinjiang, China. —Courtesy of Alexandra Williams
Rushan Abbas shares a photo of her only sister, Dr. Gulshan Abbas, who has been missing since 2018. — US Holocaust Memorial Museum

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