China bans Uighur textbooks, imprisons academics

The family of a literary critic jailed in China is speaking out to bring attention to their fathers imprisonment and Beijing’s crackdown against Uighur culture. Yalqun Rozi was sentenced to 15 years in prison and his textbooks have been banned. (Aug. 27)

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