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.
Falun Gong practitioners were invited to the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum) on January 27, 2018, for an event celebrating the upcoming Chinese New Year. Practitioners demonstrated the exercises for crowds of visitors, and footage of the practitioners was featured on a network TV station’s report on the event.
Tammy Depilteau could not help her tears, standing in front of the painting titled “The Crime of Forced Organ Harvesting.”
The painting was part of the exhibition of some 30 artworks in the “Truthfulness, Compassion, Forbearance International Art Exhibition” held at the University of Alberta, Canada on November 22-24. The artworks reflect the principles of the ancient cultivation practice of Falun Gong and expose the 18-year persecution of Falun Gong in China.
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At International Night, a popular event held on Nov. 17 at Arizona State University, practitioners of Falun Dafa introduced the traditional Chinese spiritual discipline to students and shared about its uplifting effects on the mind and body.
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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.
Dozens of audiences recently attended a public film screening of “Human Harvest,” which tells of the extrajudicial killings of Falun Gong practitioners in China for their organs as part of the communist regime’s persecution of the spiritual discipline. The screening of the Peabody Award-winning documentary was held at the University of Washington in Seattle on the evening of November 9, 2017.
Some 10,000 spectators lined the streets of downtown Columbia to watch more than 130 groups perform in the University of Missouri-Columbia homecoming parade, one of the largest in the nation. Among the participants was the university’s Falun Dafa Club.
On May 23, 2017, Stanford University’s Falun Dafa club held a film screening of the Peabody Award-winning film “Human Harvest,” which documents how the Chinese Communist regime has been systematically harvesting the organs of living prisoners of conscience, including many practitioners of the spiritual discipline of Falun Dafa. The film screening was attended by dozens of students and faculty.
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At Purdue University’s Spring Fest 2017 on April 8 and 9, Falun Gong practitioners held a popular free exercise workshop to share the cultivation practice’s teachings and gentle movements with students, faculty, and campus visitors.
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On April 4 and 5, Falun Dafa Club at Columbia University raised awareness at the center of campus about forced organ harvesting of Falun Dafa practitioners and other innocent prisoners of conscience in China. For over a decade, the Chinese Communist regime has been systematically extracting the organs of Falun Dafa adherents for an enormous profit.
King’s College London (KCL) hosted a “Faith Fusion” event on March 23, 2017, as part of the university’s Interfaith Week to celebrate diversity and spirituality on campus. The event, billed as “a night where performing arts is blended with religion and culture,” brought together various student organizations to showcase diverse cultures and beliefs through dance, music and poetry.
During the University of Alberta’s annual International Week, or I-Week as it has come to be known, participants got to see an award-winning Canadian documentary about a horrendous human rights abuse in China and engage in discussion with a panel of medical ethics and social experts.
NEW YORK—It was a bright and frigid early afternoon in the middle of Columbia University’s campus on April 5 when three Chinese women happened to stroll by. Around them echoed the chimes and strings of Chinese meditation music, while volunteers stood by poster boards, ready to talk about one of China’s most censored, and sensitive, topics: the persecution of Falun Gong.
WASHINGTON—It was the end, but it was not the end, according to one of the young cyclists who just crossed the continent in Ride2Freedom.