| By CHARLES W. SCHAAB
, CHARLES W. SCHAAB
Reggie Littlejohn spoke at UB about what she calls "gendercide" and China's one-child policy
Emily Li, The Spectrum
Reggie Littlejohn has made it her mission to inform people about what she sees as the truth of China?s one-child policy.
The activist came to speak at UB on Tuesday about the work of her non-profit organization, Women?s Rights Without Frontiers (WRWF). UB Students for Life hosted Littlejohn, founder and president of WRWF, who spoke about ?gendercide? ? the act of sex-selective abortions based on the gender of the unborn child ? forced sterilizations and forced abortions in China.
Littlejohn said WRWF is a ?voice for the voiceless.?
Before she created WRWF, Littlejohn was a litigation lawyer in San Jose, California for eight years. read more >>