Tag Archives: Women’s Rights Without Frontiers

WRWF’s Reggie to Co-Lead DC Rally to Stop the Beijing Olympic “Genocide Games”

Reggie speaks at a Capitol Hill rally on the 30th Anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre Dear Friend, Please join Reggie in DC on Tuesday, July 13, for our rally on the Capitol Mall to stop the “Genocide Games” – … Continue reading

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Our “Save a Girl” campaign is helping “Peizhi” and her impoverished family survive.

Peizhi is six months old, born into a poor farming family in rural China.  She is the second daughter in her family. Neighbors laugh at them because they have no son, bringing shame on the family.  But they love little … Continue reading

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Open Letter: Stop the Genocide Olympics!

(iStock photo credit: matthias rabbione) Dear Friends, Women’s Rights Without Frontiers (WRWF) and the Committee on the Present Danger: China (CPDC) released today an open letter urging the United States Olympics Committee to move the 2022 Winter Olympics out of … Continue reading

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Thanks to your help, “Xingjuan” was saved from being given away to strangers

Xingjuan was eleven months old when we found her.  She is a rare third daughter in her family.  Rare, because even second daughters are at risk of being aborted or abandoned under China’s Two Child Policy.  Few third daughters are … Continue reading

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MARCH FOR LIFE D.C: VIRTUALLY “MARCHING” TO SAVE BABY GIRLS AND ABANDONED WIDOWS IN CHINA

Like so many, we were disappointed that the March for Life was virtual this year.   The March for Life has long been one of the highlights of our year.  There is no substitute for the energy of being in … Continue reading

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Chinese Widow Lixue Lost her Husband, her Son, and her Will to Live

Lixue is seventy-two years old.  Her husband passed away twenty-eight years ago from lung cancer.  Tragically, her only child, a son, committed suicide in June 2020, at age 26, just one month before our fieldworker found her. We may have … Continue reading

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Coercive Population Control in China – Join me online Friday at 11:00 EDT

Dear Friends, Friday, September 25 is the 40th anniversary of China’s One Child (now Two Child) Policy.  Please join me, and Dr. Adrian Zenz, Senior Research Fellow in China Studies at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, for an online, … Continue reading

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LITTLEJOHN AT U.N. HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL IN GENEVA: CHINA IS A SEVERE ABUSER OF WOMEN’S RIGHTS

GENEVA, SWITZERLAND, JUNE 27, 2019.   Women’s Rights Without Frontiers co-hosted a Panel at the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland, together with the Women’s United Nations Reporting Network.  WRWF President, Reggie Littlejohn, stated, “It was a great honor, … Continue reading

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