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On November 10,2009, Reggie Littlejohn and other experts on China's One Child Policy testified before the United States Congressional Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission, presenting convincing new evidence that this Policy is implemented through forced abortion, forced sterilization and infanticide.  The documents accepted into the Congressional Record are posted below the photograph.


Reggie Littlejohn testifies during the November 10, 2009 Hearing.  Photo by Jim Geheran, used with the permission of Initiatives for China.

China:  Best Practices -- Infanticide “What if the Infant Is Still Alive after Induced Labor?”
Reggie Littlejohn for ChinaAid and Women’s Rights Without Frontiers
New Evidence Regarding China’s One Child Policy Forced Abortion, Involuntary Sterilization, Infanticide and Coercive Family Planning
Reggie Littlejohn for ChinaAid and Women’s Rights Without Frontiers
The Consequences of Coercion: China’s One Child Policy and Violence Against Women and Girls
Reggie Littlejohn President, Women’s Rights Without Frontiers
China’s One Child Policy – Oral Testimony
Reggie Littlejohn, President, Women’s Rights Without Frontiers; One Child Policy Expert, ChinaAid
The Three Examinations: Enforcing China’s One Child Policy in Rural Villages
Annie Jing Zhang, President, Women’s Rights in China
Powerpoint of Photos Related to China’s One Child Policy
Annie Jing Zhang, President, Women’s Rights in China
Appeal to President Obama: Seriously Raise Forced Abortion With Chinese Leaders in Beijing --
The Worst Violation of Women’s Rights in History
Rep. Chris Smith, Chairing the Hearing of the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission
My “Little Foot,” My Lifelong Pain
Testimony of “Wujian,” a Victim of Forced Abortion under China’s One Child Policy
Powerpoint: China’s One Child Policy: Inadvertent Demographic Consequences - Big Time
Nicholas Eberstadt, Henry Wendt Chair in Political Economy, American Enterprise Institute
Testimonies on Violent Implementations of the One Child Policy in Linyi City, Shandong Province, China
Jiang Tianyong, Beijing Global Law Firm
An Evaluation of 30 Years of the One Child Policy in China
Rebiya Kadeer, President, Uyghur American Association
An Evaluation of 30 Years of the One Child Policy in China
Toy I. Reid, Senior Research Associate, Congressional-Executive Commission on China
Prepared Statement on China’s One Child Policy
Harry Wu, Director, Laogai Research Foundation