WRWF to Host Panel at United Nations: Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women and Girls in Rural Asia

Women’s Rights Without Frontiers will host a panel at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW).  The event, entitled, “Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women and Girls in Rural Asia,” will take place Thursday, March 22, from 6:15 to 7:45pm p.m. at the United Nations Church Center in New York (details below).  The event is open to the public and does not require pre-registration.

Reggie Littlejohn, Founder and President of Women’s Rights without Frontiers, stated, “This is the second year that the UNCSW approved WRWF to host an event ourselves.  I am thrilled to have been invited back and delighted to host Dr. Joel Brind.  It will be such an honor to speak to the attendees of the UNCSW – eminent women from all over the world.”

Littlejohn will focus her remarks on the suffering caused by forced abortion and the sex-selective abortion of baby girls in rural China and India, as well as WRWF’s answer through our “Save a Girl” Campaign.  Dr. Brind will focus on studies of women in Asia linking abortion with increased risk of breast cancer.

 

Speakers and topics will include:

Reggie Littlejohn, Founder & President

Women’s Rights Without Frontiers

“Forced Abortion and Gendercide in China, and Campaigns to Empower Women and Girls in Rural China’”

 

Dr. Joel Brind, Visiting Fellow, Professor of Human Biology, Endocrinology, Baruch College, City University of New York

Co-Founder, Breast Cancer Prevention Institute

“Abortion and Breast Cancer Among Women of China and South Asia”

 

The event will take place on the2nd Floor of the United Nations Church Center, 777 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY 10017-3521.   Once on the 2nd Floor, participants will be directed to the room.

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Save a Girl for Valentine’s Day!

Ming Shu, a baby girl saved by WRWF’s Save a Girl Campaign

This Valentine’s Day, will you honor a woman or girl in your life who you love by saving a girl – a girl like Ming Shu?

Look at adorable baby “Ming Shu.”  Who wouldn’t love her?

Yet, Ming Shu is an unwanted second daughter.  Ming Shu’s mother and father had just had a daughter and did not plan to get pregnant again so quickly.  Because of the new “Two Child Policy” allowing second children, her mother thought that continuing the pregnancy would be allowed.

However, the Two Child Policy did not help Ming Shu’s mother at all.  After Ming Shu was born, her mother still had to pay a large fee to the Family Planning Office, and faced sterilization.  Having a second daughter meant that Ming Shu’s mother had used up her quota of children and would not be able to have a baby boy.  Her family wanted a son, so they pressured Ming Shu’s mother to “give away” her baby girl.  In the Chinese countryside, to “give away” a baby girl too often means to leave her in a field to die. Ming Shu’s mother wanted to keep her daughter.  She was extremely distressed and did not know what to do.

Thankfully, a Women’s Rights Without Frontiers’ (WRWF) undercover fieldworker found Ming Shu’s mother before it was too late.  Our fieldworker told her that we are helping mothers keep their girls because we believe that girls are just as good as boys.  Our fieldworker offered Ming Shu’s mother a monthly stipend for a year to empower her to keep her daughter.  With the help of this stipend, Ming Shu’s mother is defying the pressure from her family and is raising beautiful Ming Shu.

Our “Save a Girl” program saved Ming Shu’s life.  Her mother couldn’t believe that someone would help them just because she had a baby girl.

This Valentine’s Day, will you help “Save a Girl” by honoring the women and girls that you love?

What better way of expressing gratitude for the woman or girl in your life than by rescuing a woman and a girl in China?

Step 1: Donate $25 or more – the amount of money it takes to help support a girl saved in China for one month

Step 2: Indicate in the notes section of your donation the woman or girl you wish to honor, and her email address.  We will send her an email to let her know you have given a donation in her honor to our “Save a Girl” Campaign.

Will you help us save women and girls in China? Become a “GirlSaver!”
Won’t you help us save more girls like Ming Shu?  So far, we have saved hundreds of girls, and yet there are millions more who are being aborted or abandoned just because they are girls.  Each one of these girls is infinitely precious.  Please help us save them by donating to our “Save a Girl” Campaign.

Learn more about how you can help to save girls here:
http://womensrightswithoutfrontiers.org/index.php?nav=give
For $25 per month, or $300 per year, our GirlSavers have helped WRWF save at-risk babies in China, babies like Ming Shu, who may not be alive if our undercover fieldworker had not met her mother and assured her that little girls are as special as boys.  We put our money where our mouth is, offering practical assistance to empower these mothers to keep their daughters.

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Activist Zhang Lin, Father of Anni Zhang, Arrived in New York Today

Reggie Greets Zhang Lin at the JFK Airport

 

NEW YORK. Veteran Chinese activist, Zhang Lin, will arrive in New York this afternoon, according to Reggie Littlejohn, President of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers. Littlejohn and her husband, Robert, have been raising Zhang Lin’s younger daughter, Anni (age 15), since September 2013, and welcomed his older daughter, Ruli (age 23), into their home for about eighteen months to help her transition to life in the United States. Littlejohn worked tirelessly to bring Anni and Ruli to the United States, and has done the same for their father as well.

Littlejohn stated, “Zhang Lin is a brave hero who has sacrificed deeply on behalf of human rights in China. I am overjoyed that he will be able to hug his precious daughters tomorrow. He will be so proud of them. Anni was just a ten-year-old child when Zhang Lin last saw her. Now, she is fifteen and a lovely young woman. She speaks perfect English, is a straight-A student, and performed piano in Carnegie Hall in 2016. Meanwhile, Ruli has a great job and has earned her real estate license. Meanwhile, she is going to school part time to earn a degree in accounting. Both Anni and Ruli are active members of our Church. They have made a brilliant transition to life in the United States. My husband and I feel it has been a privilege to be their American father and mother.”

Concerning her father’s arrival, Anni said, “I can’t believe this is happening. I’ve been waiting for this day for four years!”

Zhang Lin has been detained several times for a total of sixteen years for his pro-democracy advocacy in China. At age 10, his daughter, Anni, was taken out of her fourth grade classroom and detained overnight. She was not allowed to attend school and she and her father were placed under house arrest. She is known as “China’s youngest prisoner of conscience.”

Littlejohn continued, “I would like to thank John Kamm, president of the Dui Hua Foundation, for his decades of advocacy on behalf of Zhang Lin. I would also like to thank Jing Zhang, president of Women’s Rights in China, and activist Yao Cheng, for all their help on behalf of Zhang Lin. Congressman Chris Smith was instrumental in helping Anni and her sister come to the United States. All of them laid the groundwork for this happy day.”

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A Gentle but Urgent Nudge – Please Give Today!

One of hundreds of baby girls saved by our Save a Girl Campaign.

We’ve got $5,000 in Matching Funds – Double Your Impact!

Dear friend,

Do you love what we do?  Then please support us!  You can help save the life of a child on the other side of the earth!

With only days left in 2017, this is your best opportunity to donate to Women’s Rights Without Frontiers.

Because we have matching funds, a gift of $10 would become $20, or $35 would become $70!

At this moment, countless Chinese women can feel their baby stirring in their womb, but fear the future.  They’re helpless to shield their “illegal” babies from the coercive Two Child Policy.  Or they may be forced to abandon or abort their daughters because of brutal son preference.

In 2018, we want to be their to help them, fighting for their rights and even coming to their door with help direct from you.

We’re still far from our $50,000 goal, we need to continue and expand, but we’re confident we can make it!

If you’ve already given, Thank you!  But if not . . .

There are only a few days left to make your tax-deductible gift to WRWF this year, which will be matched dollar to dollar if you donate now.

Thank you so much for all you do!

 

Reggie Littlejohn

Women’s Rights Without Frontiers

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Double Your Impact! We Have Matching Funds!

Baby rescued from gendercide by WRWF’s “Save a Girl” campaign

We’ve got $5,000 in Matching Funds – Double Your Impact!

The last days of December are here, dark and short as ever. But there’s some good news, too.

In these last days before New Year’s Eve, you’ve got a chance to make your charitable donation go twice as far.

For every dollar we receive at Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, a generous donor has agreed to match that dollar and make it two, for up to $5,000. We’re still far from that mark, and we need $40,000 to reach our goal for 2017.

We are a small organization with a big impact.  Will you help us?

Your gift will go a long way for victims of forced population control simply by helping us keep up the pressure through public advocacy.

Or, donations can be marked for our Save a Girl Campaign and go straight to needy families in China, where $25 a month could help a mother stand up against often intense pressure to abort or abandon her baby girl.  These mothers and girls need our help!

If you’ve already given, Thank You.  If not, please remember, if you donate now, even a small gift will be doubled.

We are a 501(c)(3) donor supported non-profit.  Your gift is tax-deductible under U.S. tax law.  And it’s doubled because of our $5,000 in matching funds!

Thank you. Your generosity is what keeps us going!

 

Reggie Littlejohn

President, Women’s Rights Without Frontiers

 

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Girl Saved from Sex-Selective Abortion, With Your Help!

“Ai Jia” – One of hundreds of babies saved by WRWF

Dear Friend,   

As 2017 draws to an end, we at Women’s Rights Without Frontiers want to thank you for joining us in what we believe is the biggest human rights battle in the world.

Because of you, baby girls like “Ai Jia” have escaped the tyranny of China’s brutal son preference and are the pride and joy of their families. Now that’s joy to the world!

Ai Jia’s mother was pregnant three times before she discovered she was pregnant with Ai Jia. Her first child is a daughter. With her next two pregnancies, when she found out she was pregnant with girls, her in-laws pressured her to abort them. Her husband’s parents really wanted a grandson and could not accept a second granddaughter.  This is the plight of many second daughters in China.

Then, Ai Jia’s mother found out that she was pregnant again, with a fourth girl.  Her mother-in-law began to pressure Ai Jia’s mother again, insisting that she give this baby to a childless couple living 300 miles away from their remove village.

Ai Jia’s mother did not want to abort or abandon her daughter, but she not know what to do!  Our undercover fieldworker arrived at her door just in time with a message of hope and the resources to back it up.  She offered Ai Jia’s mother a monthly stipend for a year to help her keep Ai Jia.

Ai Jia’s mother had already had two sex-selective abortions.  Because of our fieldworker’s emotional encouragement and your financial support, this distraught mother is joyfully raising her beloved daughter.  She said that she is grateful that people from a faraway land have protected her and her daughter from mistreatment by their own family.

This season of giving, will you help us reach out a saving hand?

We have $5000 in matching funds, so you gift will be doubled!

We’re leading an international movement combating China’s anti-woman policies through public advocacy and real, life-saving interventions to help those most in need.  We’ve saved hundreds of baby girls!

In 2018, we’re getting ready to take it to the next level – including saving girls in India — but we’ll need your help.

Please consider making a donation today of $100, $50, or even $10 to help us save lives and fight the lies. Thanks to our matching funds, that would turn into $200, $100, or $20!

There are only a few days left in 2017.

For little girls like Ai Jia, your gift can’t wait!

With gratitude,

Reggie Littlejohn

President, Women’s Rights Without Frontiers

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We’re a Small Organization with a Big Mission! Will you help us?

Reggie Littlejohn speaks at the Heritage Foundation. Credit: Penny Starr, CNS News

Dear Friend,

I want to tell you what we’re up against in 2018 – and to ask you to help us meet the enormous challenges ahead.

At Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, we are world leaders in the fight to keep China accountable for its cruel forced population control policies – a battle most governments have given up on.

With your help, in 2017:

– We took the lead in exposing continued forced abortion under China’s new Two-Child Policy, especially of single mothers and third babies.

– We successfully advocated for the ending of US funding of coercive population control in China through the UNFPA and International Planned Parenthood.

– And of course, as of this year, hundreds of baby girls and moms have been saved from coercive population control and deadly son preference thanks to our “Save A Girl” campaign!

There’s no doubt: we’re impacting the global conversation on China. This is a big victory!

But here’s the thing: the Chinese government wants to get us off their back, and they know how to do it.

Last year, the Chinese government made the misleading announcement that they were “abandoning” the One Child Policy.  This was a convenient way to shut down news headlines exposing their brutal population control, without ending the actual practice.  Forced abortion and gendercide continue under the “Two Child Policy.”

The sad thing is, this actually worked. Media everywhere started discussing the coercive One Child Policy as a thing of the past!  And we are letting the world know that it’s still happening!

In 2018, we’ve got to keep China from getting away with this “change in name only.”

Will you please join us?

We have $5000 in matching funds, so your gift will be doubled!

Your gift will help us save women and babies from forced population control, one baby at a time, through our ever-growing Save a Girl campaign.

You’ll also help us keep up the global pressure on behalf of countless other families who fall victim to forced abortions and forced sterilization under the Two Child Policy – even as we speak.

Because of your generosity, we have the power to fight these terrible tragedies, and help the oppressed families of China see the day when the dignity of a woman and her child is truly honored and loved at last.

There are only a few days left to make your gift this year. You can make a difference in the lives of countless families who have nowhere else to turn!

The Chinese Communist Party has announced that it has “prevented” 400 million lives through it’s One (now Two)-Child Policy.  That’s more than the entire populations of the United States and Canada Combined.  Far too many of these lives were “prevented” through forced abortion and sterilization.

Thank you for joining forces with us against the greatest crime against women and girls in the world today!

With gratitude,

Reggie Littlejohn

Women’s Rights Without Frontiers

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Chinese Mom: You Are Like An Angel in my Life!

I just can’t believe a stranger would give help to my daughterGod knows my needs – and you are like an angel in my life.”  — “Luli,” Chinese mom helped by WRWF Save a Girl Campaign

Dear Friend,

The joy of this season reminds us what matters most. This year, hundreds of women in China are enjoying a brighter holiday – thanks to a little girl that might not have been there, but for your help.

But Women’s Rights Without Frontiers has empowered them to keep and cherish their little girls despite extreme pressure to abort them or give them up.

We Have $5000.00 in Matching Funds!

Not only is Women’s Rights Without Frontiers leading a movement to end forced abortion in China, we’re actually saving lives threatened by forced population control and brutal cultural pressure under the “Two Child Policy.”

Thanks to your help, we’re able to bring the “angels” that helped Luli to the doorsteps of hundreds of desperate women in China, struggling to avoid forced abortion, either at the hands of the Chinese government or their own families.

This year, your support has helped us bring the total of rescued baby girls to over 200!

Another mom, “Ruolan,” told us: “I can’t believe that someone from America would help my baby girl — this never happens in China!”

If it weren’t for WRWF, mothers like Ruolan could have been pressured to abort or abandon the daughter she so desperately wanted, a fate that is still all too common in China today.

Although headlines in Western media hailed the “end” of the infamous One-Child Policy, WRWF has been at the forefront combating China’s latest attempt to cover up their human rights abuses, which continue under the new “Two-Child Policy.”

China has no freedom of speech, so Chinese women cannot advocate for basic rights, like the right to give birth to their daughters. It’s up to us to keep up the pressure, and to lend a helping hand to the women of China, to be a voice for the voiceless – and to end gendercide, one baby girl at a time.

Another mom who almost succumbed to pressure to abort her little girl, told us: “Our baby girl brings so much happiness and joy.  Fortunately, she has you guys [WRWF].  Otherwise, I don’t know where she would be now!”

The Chinese Family Planning Police are as fierce as ever, but the fight to empower women goes on – thanks to your support.

Will you help us today?  You can double your impact – the first $5000 will be matched!

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China : Forced Abortion, Sex-Selective Abortion of Girls Still Practiced Under Two-Child Policy: 2017 Government Report

Liu Xinwen, Victim of Late-Term Forced Abortion

The Congressional Executive Commission on China has released its 2017 Report, which contains documentation of continued forced abortion under China’s Two-Child Policy.   In addition, the sex ratio at birth reported by the Chinese government indicates that the selective abortion of baby girls continues under the new policy.

Reggie Littlejohn, founder and president of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, stated, “When the Chinese communist government announced that they were instituting a Two Child Policy, the news media proclaimed that China had “abandoned” or “scrapped” the One-Child Policy.  As I testified at a Congressional Hearing at the time, this is demonstrably false.  Under the Two-Child Policy, single women are still forcibly aborted, as are third children.   The 2017 Report from the Congressional Executive Commission on China sadly confirms my predictions.”

Specifically, the “Population Control” section of the Report confirms that the Two-Child Policy regulations “include provisions that require couples to be married to have children and limit them to bearing two children.”   Coercive population control remains at the center of the new regulations:  “Officials continue to enforce compliance with population planning targets using methods including heavy fines, job termination, arbitrary detention, and coerced abortion.”   These coercive measures violate various international treaties to which China is a signatory.  CECC Report, p. 1

China told the world about its “decision to abandon” the One Child Policy on January 1, 2016 – implying that it has ended all coercive birth control.   Meanwhile “some provincial-level population planning regulations continued to explicitly instruct officials to carry out abortions, often referred to as ‘remedial measures’ (bujiu cuoshi) for ‘out-of-plan’ [illegal] pregnancies.”  Moreover, at least eight provinces have promoted harsh measures against women with illegal pregnancies, using such phrases as “fight the family planning work battle,” and “use all means necessary.”  CECC Report, pp. 3-4.

Moreover, China’s National Health and Family Planning Commission (NHFPC) repeatedly emphasized that the “social compensation fees” for illegal pregancies will not be abolished, including fines for those who give birth to third children.  Report, p. 6.  These fees can be ten times the average annual income for people in that locality.  Report, p. 5.

For those who cannot pay such a large fine on an emergency basis to maintain an illegal pregnancy, what alternative will there be other than forced abortion?

The Two-Child Policy was instituted because the Chinese government saw that it was heading into a dual demographic disaster.  First, China has a steeply rising elderly population, coupled with a dwindling labor force unable to support it.  According to the government-controlled People’s Daily, by 2050, the elderly population in China will reach 483 million or one-third of China’s total population.  Report, p. 8.

Second, the selective abortion of girls has continued.   According to a National Bureau of Statistics Report cited by the CECC, the sex ratio at birth in 2015 was 113.5 males born for every 100 females born.  Such a skewed ratio could only be achieved through sex-selective abortion.  Meanwhile, there are an estimated 33 to 37 million more males living in China than females – a dangerous imbalance that is driving  sex trafficking and sexual slavery from multiple nations into China “for forced marriage or commercial sexual exploitation.”  Report pp. 8-9.

Meanwhile, the Two-Child Policy has yielded disappointing results, providing more than 1.5 million fewer births annually than expected.  China’s birthrate remains “dangerously low,” 1.5 children per woman in 2015, well below replacement level of 2.1.  Many people simply do not want to have a second child, in large part because it is very expensive.

“China’s Two-Child Policy continues the human rights abuses and gender-based violence of the One-Child Policy,” stated Littlejohn.  “Even with the Two-Child Policy, China remains firmly on the path to demographic disaster.  China’s population problem is not that it has too many people.  It’s that it has too few young people and too few women.  China is in desperate need of babies.  They should be offering incentives for couples to have babies, not forcibly aborting “illegal” pregnancies.  Under these circumstances, there is absolutely no excuse to continue any program of coercive population control whatsoever.  We call for the immediate, complete abandonment of all coercive population control in China.”

Sign a petition against forced abortion in China.

Learn about our “Save a Girl” Campaign in China.

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Today Is Giving Tuesday – Help Us Save Women and Girls in China!

We’ve Received $5000 in Matching Funds!

We need $50,000 to continue our work!

We only ask for support once a year!

Dear Friends,

This girl is one of hundreds of babies saved by our “Save a Girl” Campaign.

In this season of giving, please remember the women and babies of China, who are still enduring conditions that are beyond imagination.  At this moment, there are women in China who have gotten pregnant without a “birth permit” and are still in danger of being dragged away for a forced abortion. Baby girls in China are still in danger of selective abortion and abandonment.  In fact, just this summer, a woman died after her husband forced her to abort four pregnancies just because the babies were girls.

You may have heard that China has “abandoned” its One Child Policy. This is not true. Regarding the new Two-Child Policy, blind activist Chen Guangcheng tweeted, “This is nothing to be happy about. First the (Chinese government) would kill any baby after one. Now they will kill any baby after two.”

This father’s family is in hiding to avoid the forced abortion of their third child. Credit: BBC

The brutality continues.  Under China’s new Two-Child Policy, unmarried mothers and third babies are still being forcibly aborted. On July 22, 2016, for example, a Guangdong couple was told they must have an abortion or both lose their government jobs. The wife was eight months pregnant. On October 28, 2016, the BBC ran a groundbreaking report, interviewing a family currently in hiding to give birth to their third child. The father stated, “If we weren’t in hiding, they would have forced us to have an abortion.”

Baby girl rescued from toilet, Beijing August 2015

Further, according to the a recent State Department Report, the number of abortions in China has increased from 13 to 23 million a year. 23 million abortions a year comes to 63,013 abortions a day, 2625 abortions an hour, 43 per minute!

Meanwhile, China leads the world in the sex-selective abortion of baby girls. Our Save a Girl campaign is saving the lives of baby girls at risk of being aborted or abandoned because of son preference in China!  Through our network of on-the- ground fieldworkers, we are able to reach women who are pregnant with or who have just given birth to a girl, and are being pressured to abort or abandon her. We offer these mothers encouragement and a monthly stipend for a year, empowering them to keep their daughters. We have an overwhelming success rate and have saved hundreds of precious babies through this campaign.

After two years’ study, Anni won a competition play at Carnegie Hall in December 2016.

We also rescued Zhang Anni, the persecuted daughter of dissident Zhang Lin. She was called “China’s youngest prisoner of conscience,” as she was kidnapped out of her elementary school at age 10 and detained overnight. The Chinese government persecuted Anni in an attempt to silence her heroic father. We raised the visibility of Anni’s case internationally and then conducted quiet diplomacy to get her out of China. She is now living with my husband and me and we are raising her as our own daughter.  After only two years of study, Anni won a piano competition and performed in Carnegie Hall in December 2016!  We are so proud of our beautiful, talented Chinese daughter. She is a constant reminder of the beauty and brilliance that are being lost every day in China through sex-selective abortion.

Reggie has been called “the leading voice” in the movement to end forced abortion and gendercide in China.

Women’s Rights Without Frontiers has been called the “leading voice” in the battle against forced abortion and gendercide in China.Indeed, I was astonished and humbled to be named one of the “Top Ten People” of 2013 by Inside the Vatican magazine. We have testified eight times at the U.S. Congress, three times at the European Parliament, twice at the British Parliament, and have briefed the Canadian Parliament, the State Department, the White House, the United Nations and the Vatican. Our efforts have been fruitful. Both the European Parliament and the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women have issued statements condemning forced abortion.

Our International Advocacy Campaign has had a very successful year.  We have advocated for years that the U.S. Government should defund International Planned Parenthood and the UNFPA, because of complicity with coercive population control in China.  We are thrilled that President Trump listened to us and defunded them both!  Also, I was honored to be a keynote speaker at the West Coast Walk for Life, for the Georgetown Cardinal O’Connor Conference on Life, and for Dr. James Dobson.

Women’s Rights Without Frontiers needs your support to continue. We need to raise $50,000.00 to continue our work. Please prayerfully consider partnering with us in fighting perhaps the greatest injustice of our age.

While a student at Yale Law School, Reggie had the privilege of working with Saint Mother Teresa in Calcutta.

The women and babies of China urgently need your help! If you would like to partner with us, please mail a check made out to Women’s Rights Without Frontiers to:

Women’s Rights Without Frontiers

722 Dulaney Valley Road, Suite 325

Towson, MD 21204

With gratitude,

Reggie Littlejohn, President

Women’s Rights Without Frontiers

WRWF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, EIN # 90-0591575EIN. Donations are tax-

deductible to the extent allowed by U.S. law.

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