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That was the vow the international community took after the Holocaust, pledging to never repeat the kind of actions that led to the death of over 6 million Jewish people.
Unfortunately, the horrors of genocide have been seen again - in Armenia, in Rwanda, and now, in China.
On this episode of Audacious, meet a woman who was assaulted and forcibly sterilized while in a concentration camp. And a celebrated writer talks about his new memoir, Waiting to Be Arrested at Night: A Uyghur Poet's Memoir of China's Genocide.
- Julie Millsap: Government Relations Manager at Uyghur Human Rights Project
- Omer Kanat: Executive Director of Uyghur Human Rights Project
- Zumrat Dawut: A Uyghur woman whose experience of escaping Chinese concentration camps was the basis for a story that won the 2022 Pulitzer Prize for Illustrated Reporting. She is interpreted in this interview by Zubayra Shamseden
- Tahir Izgil: Uyghur poet, filmmaker, and author of Waiting to Be Arrested at Night: A Uyghur Poet's Memoir of China's Genocide. He is interpreted in this interview by historian and co-author, Joshua Freeman
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