Panel Discusses Falun Gong, Forced Organ Harvesting, and Global Impact


A panel discussing Chinese spiritual discipline Falun Gong, the crimes of the Chinese forced organ harvesting regime and its global impact will be held in Washington on Tuesday.

Over the past 22 years, millions of Falun Gong practitioners have been imprisoned, tortured, or killed for their faith in China. A large number of them were killed by forced organ harvesting, according to independent findings of the Chinese court, chaired by Sir Geoffrey Nice QC.

Speakers will include Johnnie Moore, former commissioner of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF); Levi Browde, executive director of the Falun Dafa Information Center; Jessica Russo, Psy.D., Advisor, Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting; and Weiyu Wang, a software engineer imprisoned in China for eight years for his belief in Falun Gong. The panel will be moderated by Erping Zhang, director of government and advocacy at the Falun Dafa Information Center.

The panel accompanies the first International Summit on Religious Freedom (IRF Summit) hosted by Sam Brownback, former Goodwill Ambassador for International Religious Freedom, and Katrina Lantos Swett, former chairperson of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom and daughter of the late Le Congressman Tom Lantos.

The event will be broadcast live on this page at 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday, July 13.

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