Members of the University of Delaware Falun Dafa Club hosted a screening of the documentary “In the Name of Confucius” on the night of November 13th, 2019 in Trabant Theater. The screening was attended by many University of Delaware students as well as the university’s Vice Provost of Diversity Michael Vaughan, Newark Councilman Chris Hamilton, and Delaware House Representative Paul Baumbach.Continue reading “University of Delaware Screens Documentary Film “In the Name of Confucius””
On November 7, 2019, the Falun Gong Club at University of Texas Arlington hosted a screening of the documentary film “Letter from Masanjia” in the Lone Star Auditorium. “Letter from Masanjia” is an award-winning 2018 film profiling Sun Yi, a Chinese political prisoner who exposed ongoing human rights abuses at Masanjia Labor Camp when his a letter he wrote was found by Oregon resident Julie Keith in a box of Halloween decorations.Continue reading “Human Rights Film Screening at University of Texas Arlington”
The Falun Dafa Club at University of California, San Diego (UCSD) tables at Welcome Week at the beginning of every fall quarter! Club members pass out flyers and tell incoming and returning UCSD students about Falun Dafa. The club also participates in other student activity fairs throughout the year.Continue reading “Falun Dafa Club Activities at University of California, San Diego”
On March 14th, the Falun Dafa Club at the University of Delaware hosted a screening of award-winning film, Letter from Masanjia, chronicling China’s infamous “Reeducation through Labor” system and the story of one man, a Falun Gong practitioner, who was jailed and tortured for his faith.
A documentary featuring one of the most respected human rights lawyers in China is coming to University of Washington on November 19.
An award-winning documentary produced by American public broadcaster PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) was screened at Temple University in Philadelphia, uncovering one of the horrifying crimes of our time: forced live organ harvesting.
At the University of Washington, students were treated with a screening of “Badass Beauty Queen” which tells the story of Anastasia Lin, an actress and human rights activist who decided to use beauty pageants as her platform to share an important message.
At Georgia Tech, students screened a new one-hour documentary, Badass Beauty Queen on April 12. The film follows Miss World Canada, Anastasia Lin, and her unwavering determination to stick to her conscience in the face of intimidation from an oppressive regime. Anastasia’s commitment to publicizing human rights abuses landed her coverage in The New York Times, speaking engagements at the National Press Club, United Nations, and a meeting with the Dalai Lama — in addition to the support of thousands of young women (21,000 followers on Facebook) who were inspired by her tenacity. After the film screening, Anastasia answered questions from the audience.
On March 29th, students at the University of Texas at Arlington screened the award-winning film Free China: The Courage to Believe. The documentary raises awareness about the ongoing persecution of Falun Gong practitioners in China. A panel of speakers spoke after the screening.
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On Nov. 9, the Partnership for Community and Diversity (PCD) and the Jackson School Student Association invited the public to join the two organizations, along with Canadian director Leon Lee, in viewing Lee’s Peabody award-winning documentary, Human Harvest.