An Upcoming Protest Event: While You Celebrate, Where Is My Family?

While a Chinese cultural festival is being celebrated, Uyghurs’ culture and very lives are being obliterated under the CCP’s genocide. This year, groups will mobilize in different cities to create a global protest outside Chinese embassies and consulates by holding photos of missing relatives and representing those people whose families are separated due to the CCP’s brutality. 

When: Friday, February 12th, 2021. (First Day of Chinese Lunar New Year/Spring Festival) 

Where: Chinese Embassies/Consulates in a city near you. (An alternate location can be a city center or town square) 

What to Bring: Signs, Photos of Missing Relatives (If not your own, then of prominent missing/detained Uyghurs, Chinese dissidents, Tibetans, Hong-Kongers, and Southern Mongolians)

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