Release of report on women's rights abuses in China with statement from CUSIB's Reggie Littlejohn

Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, an organization founded by CUSIB Advisory Board member Reggie Littlejohn, has released a report from Chen Guangcheng’s 2005 investigation into coercive family planning in Linyi County. The 35-page report was drafted by human rights attorney, Teng Biao. WRWF released the report on Chen’s 40th birthday, Saturday November 12. The Chinese authorities […]

CUSIB's Jing Zhang shares first-hand accounts of blocked access to Chinese human rights activist Chen Guangcheng

The Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting (CUSIB) Advisory Board Member Jing Zhang has shared with Free Media Online ( the first-hand accounts and photos she received from Women’s Rights in China (WRIC) volunteers who wanted to meet the blind human rights activist Chen Guangcheng to express their support. On October 14, 2011, five disability activists […]

Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting Announces Advisory Board

October 13, 2011 For Immediate Release Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting Announces Advisory Board The Committee for International Broadcasting (CUSIB) is proud to announce the formation of its Advisory Board:   Harry Wu, Founder of the Laogai Research Foundation; Tala Dowlatshahi, Senior Adviser and U.S. Representative of Reporters Without Borders; Appo Jabarian, Executive Publisher and […]

Women's Rights Without Frontiers president — VOA is the leading international broadcaster in China

CUSIB’s Reggie Littlejohn, Women’s Rights Without Frontiers president, commented on Voice of America’s effectiveness in China. I believe that the VOA Mandarin Service has been singled out for the chopping block precisely because of its effectiveness – it has been the leading international broadcaster into China for nearly 70 years and has an enormous following […]