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Stand Up Against Injustice

As global citizens, it is imperative that we speak up and stand united to bring an end to this grave abuse of human rights.

Contact Your Rep

Power in your hands

While some legislation has passed, there’s still much more we can ask of our government. Get in touch with your elected officials to demand action.



In addition to the Disrupting Uyghur Genocide conference, here are other ways to stand up, speak out, take part, and spread the word in support of the Uyghur cause.

Art Exhibition: Made In China

Join us for an exhibition of original artworks that uncensor the story of Uyghur forced labor and expose the corporations that profit from dirty supply chains.

530 W 25th St, NYC April 16, 10:00am – 3:30pm
Credits: Alex Mercer

Petition: Urge Corporations to Cut Ties with Uyghur Forced Labor

Call upon major international brands to rid their supply chains of Uyghur forced labor.

Global Sign now
Credits: @forcedlabourfashion

Forced Labour Fashion

Students, advocates & influencers demanding corporations stop profiting from #Uyghurforcedlabour and #forcedlabourfashion. Join our movement.

Credits: Alex Mercer

Petition: Renegotiate Swiss Trade Deal with China

Urge the Swiss Federal Council to renegotiate the free trade agreement with China (page is available in German, French, or Italian).

Switzerland Sign now
Credits: Google Maps

Uyghur Culture: NYC Restaurants

In New York City? Visit these Uyghur-owned restaurants to support their culture and enjoy a delicious cuisine.



The staggering numbers of Uyghurs subjected to detention, forced labor, and cultural erasure underscore the urgency of global attention and action.

  • 1.8M

    The estimated number of Uyghurs and other Turkic majority peoples put through China’s “re-education camps,” where waterboarding, mass rape, and sexual abuse are prevalent forms of torture used as part of an indoctrination process.

    (Source: CBC News)
  • -62%

    The decline in the birthrate of the mostly Uyghur regions of Hotan and Kashgar from 2015 to 2018 due to China’s campaign of terror (compared to a -9% national average).

    (Source: Associated Press)
  • 17+

    The number of global industries implicated in Uyghur forced labor, including fashion, auto parts, construction materials, agriculture, smart phones, seafood, and toys.

    (Source: The Coalition to End Uyghur Forced Labour)