Since China began enforcing the One-Child Policy in 1980, over 37 million girls have disappeared in the world's largest gendercide and over 336 million forced and coerced abortions have occurred under the policy's reign. But there is hope! Check out the All Girls Allowed movement and find out how you can join what God is doing to bring an end to these injustices!

Today we give God thanks. He ended the brutal One Child Policy on Oct 29th, 2015. Please continue to join God's movement to end the Two Children Policy until All Children Allowed and All Girls Allowed!
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Letter to the Tiananmen Victims' Families and My People in Chinaby Chai Ling It has been 27 years since the night of the Beijing/Tiananmen massacre. No one would have ever expected that justice has not been administered, freedom has not been granted, and those in exile have not returned home. If we look at the little to no progress that has been made so far, we may get discouraged and lose heart. But if we look at history, if we look at the eternal justice of God, our momentary sorrow will turn into great hope. Last night, as news came through various internet sources that...
Today Is the Day the Lord Has Made! China Announces End to One-Child Policyby Chai Ling and the All Girls Allowed Team October 29th, 2015 started as a rainy, cloudy, and cold day in Boston, MA. But that is far from how the day will forever be remembered. Among a team who has been keeping watchful eyes over China’s brutal One-Child Policy, the news headlines carried by the media sent bursts of excitement through smartphones, emails, and Facebook: “What?! This is happening? Yes, yes, yes!” “Have you heard this news?” “I couldn’t believe my eyes when I read the news!” “It is like...

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The following report was written by Sister Xia, an All Girls Allowed field worker in China.



A 20-year-old girl named Lanlan joined our Baby Shower Program two months ago. After losing...

Mrs. Wang lost her husband years ago and is now remarried. She lives in a rural village in China where she raises pigs to support her family. After deducting costs of animal feed, each pig can only generate a profit of around 100 yuan ($16). With such a meager income, Wang was left in a desperate situation when a tragic accident happened to her oldest daughter Zunqiao (below) a few months ago.