Uyghurs outside China are traumatized — now they’re starting to talk about it
Teletherapy could become a valuable coping resource. Uyghurs who left China to start a new life are watching loved ones disappear in their homeland. As trauma has set in, many in the diaspora struggle to find support or a lack of cultural understanding in their new country. Andrew McCormick explores how a new, tech-driven initiative is hoping to foster resilience and offer a lifeline to a community during a complex mental health crisis.
From MIT Technology Review