The Red Sea: "One-Child Policy" by Ashley


This is was made to motivate people and make a difference to stop the one-child policy. That girls they should also get a chance to live and breathe. We are all special.



 The reason why I made this video was because of a project at school. I read stories about people who are suffering because of this.  It made me think of my family and how if that were the law here in the U.S, how I would not even taken one breath in this world; I am the 6th child in my family and so grateful. I was inspired by my family and All Girls Allowed. That was the reason why I made this video. I am very happy that I made this, even if its the smallest thing, I am happy that I could help in anyway.

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The following testimony was shared by Liu Ping (real name: Mei Shunping) at a congressional hearing on China's One-Child Policy, September 23, 2011:


My name is Liu Ping. I was born in 1958 in Tianjin, China, and arrived in the United States in 1999. Before coming to America, I worked in a state-owned textile factory in Tianjin. The majority of the workers in the factory were women, many of whom were also of reproductive age, so the Family Planning Policy was implemented especially strictly. I am simply one of these many women whose lives were destroyed by the policy....

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Although more than a week has passed since China put forth its newly tweaked One-Child Policy, echoes of this recent event continue to resonate across the media. Scholars, officials, and citizens in China and beyond have all come to speculate on what a revised family planning policy would...

From Chai Ling, Founder of All Girls Allowed.


Dear Friends of All Girls Allowed,


This year saw the abundant fruit of your support and your prayers. Thank you for helping us spread the word about gendercide and the One-Child Policy!


Your efforts have strengthened this movement in its second year, and I now have more hope than ever that the One-Child Policy will soon be little more than an ugly piece of history. This hope is rooted in the power of our mighty God, who promises that justice will reign: