Category Archives: Reggie Littlejohn

WRWF to Host Event at United Nations in New York on Thursday: Femicide, Trafficking and Reproductive Violence

Women’s Rights Without Frontiers will host an event at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW). The event, entitled, “Femicide, Trafficking, & Reproductive Violence Against Women & Girls,” will take place Thursday, March 23, from 2:30 to … Continue reading

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China – Late Term Forced Abortion Victim Speaks Out for International Women’s Day.

March 8 is International Women’s Day.  Women’s Rights Without Frontiers presents the heartwrenching testimony of Yue Zhang, who suffered a late-term forced abortion under China’s One Child Policy in 2013, because she was unmarried.  It remains illegal under China’s Two … Continue reading

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Watch Reggie’s Speech at the San Francisco Walk for Life (Video!)

WRWF President Reggie Littlejohn was a keynote speaker at the West Coast Walk for Life in San Francisco last month, which was attended by an estimated 50,000 people.  Littlejohn stated, “I am grateful to Eva Muntean and Dolores Meehan for … Continue reading

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Join Walk for Life San Francisco This Saturday – Reggie to Keynote

Women’s Rights Without Frontiers president, Reggie Littlejohn, will be a 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 stated, “It is a great honor … Continue reading

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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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Bittersweet Carnegie Hall Performance by Littlejohn’s Daughter Rescued from China

NEW YORK:  On Sunday, 13-year-old Anni Zhang, rescued from China,  was living a dream come true – she performed piano in Carnegie Hall.  What should have been a completely joyous occasion, however was marred.  Her father, veteran activist Zhang Lin, … Continue reading

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Reggie Littlejohn: Leading the Fight to Stop Forced Abortion and Gendercide in China

Thanks to LifeNews for publishing a beautiful, feature article about our founder and president, Reggie Littlejohn.  Here is an excerpt.  The link to the entire article is below. Reggie Littlejohn has an impressive resume as a world-wide advocate for the … Continue reading

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Open Letter to Pres. Elect Trump: Investigate International Planned Parenthood

Dear President-Elect Trump: WASHINGTON, D.C.  Congratulations on your election. We at Women’s Rights Without Frontierslook forward to working with you to advance women’s rights all over the world.  To that end, we respectfully request that you immediately investigate International Planned … 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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