Category Archives: gendercide

Walk for Life Names Reggie Littlejohn Keynote Speaker

Women’s Rights Without Frontiers is thrilled to announce that our president, Reggie Littlejohn, has been named keynote speaker of the Walk for Life, West Coast.  50,000 people are expected to march at noon on January 21 in San Francisco. Littlejohn … Continue reading

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Georgetown Conference Names Reggie Littlejohn Keynote Speaker

Student leaders at a Georgetown University conference have selected Women’s Rights Without Frontiers president Reggie Littlejohn as keynote speaker based on her work against forced abortion in China – a mission they hailed as unifying the divide between left and … Continue reading

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Will You Let Them Get Away with This?

Dear friend, I want to tell you what we’re up against in 2017. 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 … Continue reading

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Help us save baby girls in China, like Shu Ting!

Dear Friend, Thank you for your generous support of our efforts to stop forced abortion and gendercide in China! A huge highlight of 2016 is that our network in China has grown tremendously and because of your support, we have … Continue reading

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Have Researchers Really “Found” Many of China’s 30 Million Missing Girls?

    Some girls may be hidden, but sex-selective abortion and abandonment are still very serious problems in China.   An article came out in the Washington Post Wednesday entitled, “Researchers may have ‘found’ many of China’s 30 million missing … Continue reading

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Tomorrow is Giving Tuesday!

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: In this season of giving, please remember the women and babies of China, who are still enduring … Continue reading

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Give Thanks by Saving a Girl in China

Women’s Rights Without Frontiers wishes your family a very happy Thanksgiving!  As you gather with your family to give thanks, is there a woman or girl in your life you’d like to thank – for just being her? If so, … Continue reading

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International Day of the Girl Child: Girl Baby Saved from Sex-Selective Abortion

October 11 is the International Day of the Girl Child.  As we celebrate the beloved women and girls in our lives, let us also remember the 200 million girls worldwide who have been the victims of sex-selective abortion — girls … Continue reading

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Mother Teresa: Reggie Littlejohn’s Reflections on Working with a Saint

Thanks to the Catholic News Agency for this beautiful article about my life-transforming experience working with Mother Teresa. It is reprinted here with their permission. Women’s rights activist Reggie Littlejohn is known for her fierce work fighting forced abortion and … Continue reading

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Reggie’s Appearance on ABC News Nightline

Here’s the ABC News Nightline story for which I was interviewed. I’m grateful that ABC News set this human interest story into the context of gender selection under the One Child Policy — and that they allowed me to be … Continue reading

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