NYC – Protests Challenging Communist China President Hu Jintao
In NYC, Students for a Free Tibet (SFT), Falun Gong, and others have been protesting the arrival of China’s President Hu Jintao in New York City this week. We were able to meet with one of the Falun Gong protesters at one of the NYC protests on Tuesday September 22, who shared their story of oppression and denial of human rights at the hands of the Communist Chinese regime. We share and support the cause of the Falun Gong in seeking the universal human rights that the Falun Gong and all human beings deserve.
The SFT has protests scheduled at the NYC’s UN from 10 AM to 2 PM on Wednesday, September 23 (see below) and from 8 to 10 AM at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel.
Some photos from the Tuesday NYC protest:
CLICK HERE to read SFT’s press release on Hu Jintao and the UN Climate Summit.
CLICK HERE to view additional photos from the SFT.
This week, Students for a Free Tibet (SFT) is all about protesting the arrival of China’s President Hu Jintao in New York City. Their schedule of protests is as follows:
Monday, September 21st
PROTEST: Hu Jintao’s arrival in NYC
Where: Waldorf Astoria Hotel where Hu Jintao will be staying (50th St & Park Ave)
Tuesday, September 22nd
FREE TIBET RALLY & POLITICAL THEATRE
Where: Dag Hammerskjold Plaza, United Nations (47th Street and 1st Ave)
Why: Hu Jintao to attend UN Climate Summit with President Obama and other world leaders
Note: At 5pm the protest will continue at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel (50th St & Park Ave)
Wednesday, September 23rd
OPENING OF UN GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Where: Protest at United Nations – Dag Hammerskold Plaza (47th Street and 1st Ave)
Why: Hu Jintao will be addressing the UN General Assembly
At 2pm we have been invited to join the Iranians/Burmese and other groups for a Human Rights Protest (same location)
On September 23rd from 8-10am there will also be a protest at the Waldorf
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