Reggie Littlejohn: “Stop the Genocide Games” rally in DC

Ms. Reggie Littlejohn is the 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 United States on May 19, 2012. She and Chen Guangcheng appeared … Read more

Rushan Abbas: “Stop the Genocide Games” rally in DC

Rushan Abbas is the Director of the Campaign for Uyghurs. For over three decades, Rushan Abbas has worked tirelessly to expose the Chinese Communist Party’s brutal crackdown on the people of East Turkistan. With the recent detainment of her sister Gulshan Abbas, Rushan has been advocating for her release and the release of all people … Read more

Chen Guangcheng: “Stop the Genocide Games” rally in DC

Chen Guangcheng is a world-renown blind human rights lawyer from China, who has been under severe persecution by the CCP for his role in fighting back against force abortions of the One-Child Policy. Chen Guangcheng is also an active member of the Chinese Democracy community in the US, where he works to expose the CCP’s tyranny.

Ngodup Tsering: “Stop the Genocide Games” rally in DC

Ngodup Tsering is the current representative of HH the 14th Dalai Lama and the Central Tibetan Administration in North America. Prior to his appointment, Ngodup Tsering has served as a Minister of Education of the Central Tibetan Administration in Dharamsala, India. He has been advocating for the cause of Tibet through a number of political … Read more

Zumrat Dawut: “Stop the Genocide Games” rally in DC

Zumrat Dawut, a survivor of China’s modern-day concentration camps. In the recent years, Ms. Dawut has been taking part in the Uyghur community’s advocacy for human rights and freedom. She shares her heartbreaking stories regarding her detainment in the concentration camps as a way to spread awareness and create actions to advocate for the people … Read more

Dede Laugesen: “Stop the Genocide Games” rally in DC

Ms. Dede Laugesen, Executive Secretary of the Committee on the Present Danger: China (CPDC) and the Executive Director of the Save the Persecuted Christians (STPC). Ms. Laugesen’s includes addressing the persecution of 340 million heavily persecuted Christians all over the world, mainly in Africa, the Middle East, and the rest of Asia. Recently, Ms. Laugesen … Read more

Faith McDonnell: “Stop the Genocide Games” rally in DC

Ms. Faith McDonnell, the director of Karatismos Global (KGI Global). Ms. McDonnell has been an active member of the U.S. Anglican Church, where she has been a leading advocate for South Sudan. She has worked actively with members of the U.S. Congress, Presidents, and others to bring about mass awareness regarding issues of international religious … Read more

Oguzkhan Asad Ktlan sings at “Stop the Genocide Games” rally in DC

Oguzkhan Asad Ktlan is a 13-year old Uyghur American youth singer, who has performed in a number of Uyghur community events. Since he could start to speak, Oguzkhan has considered singing as a great passion and has performed on multiple occasions, including some of the main Uyghur community events in Virginia and beyond. Oguzkhan also wishes to use his skills to serve his community and to spread awareness of the situation in East Turkistan. Oguzkhan was born in Sweden and raised in the United States, where he resides with his parents and siblings.

Omer Kanat: “Stop the Genocide Games” rally in DC

Omer Kanat is a current director of the Uyghur Human Rights Project (UHRP) and an executive member of the World Uyghur Congress (WUC). Omer Kanat and the team at the UHRP has provided some of the most critical research to the public needed to solidify advocacy for East Turkistan. Omer Kanat has also worked for a number of decades in helping Uyghurs and other Turkic people in resettling in the US and abroad.