From our friend, Nicole Peck:

Reggie Littlejohn is Founder and President of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, an international coalition to expose and oppose forced abortion, gendercide and sexual slavery in China. Reggie also led the international effort to free blind activist Chen Guangcheng, who arrived in the US on May 19, 2012. Reggie received the National Pro-Life Recognition Award at the 40th March for Life in Washington DC, January 25, 2012. She was the keynote speaker at the March for Life in Ottawa, Canada in May, 2013. She was recently named as one of the Vatican’s “Top Ten People of 2013” and received the Cardinal John H. O’Connor Award on February 7, 2013 from Legatus, a membership organization for top-ranking Catholic business leaders.

She is prominently featured in “It’s a Girl”, the authoritative documentary film about gendercide in China and India. She premiered the film in European and British Parliaments in November, 2012 and in Washington DC in April, 2013 and at the United Nations Conference on the Status of Women in March, 2013.

Reggie has briefed officials at the White House, the US Department of State and the Vatican. She is a dynamic keynote speaker and has spoken at the Harvard and Stanford Law Schools, the Johns Hopkins and George Washington Universities, The Heritage Foundation, the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy and the Victims of Communism Memorial Commemoration. (COULD DELETE THIS PARAGRAPH)

Reggie is a graduate of Yale Law School and has represented Chinese refugees in their political asylum cases.

Reggie is is visiting Connecticut and will be sharing her insights and expertise on China’s War on Women at:

St. Andrew Church
128 Norwich Avenue, Colchester, CT 06415


Thursday, February 27, 2014 from 7:30 – 9:00 pm.

The event is sponsored by Silent No More Awareness and St. Gerard Center for Life. A free will offering will be taken.

One Response to “Reggie Littlejohn Discusses China’s War on Women in Colchester 2/27”

  1. on 25 Feb 2014 at 11:39 amBill

    That’s Great News! Thanks for the info. We should have a “Victims of Communism Memorial” in CT.

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