Some people might say that something really isn’t news until it’s written in the New York Times… Whether that’s true or not, it’s still rather significant that the New York Times recently published three articles about organ harvesting in China.
“I have been using Hard To Believe for a few classes related to China and globalization, and have found it incredibly effective. Organ Harvesting is the single most egregious example of China’s human rights issues, yet it’s a difficult topic to approach. With this well-made, intriguing and informative film, my students are thoroughly informed on the issue. Many expressed outrage at the crime, and commented why hadn’t they heard about it before. As an educator, I see my unshakable role here.”
-- Hong Jiang, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Geography, University of Hawaii at Manoa
The Global Bioethics Initiative, a non-profit organization with consultative status to the United Nations in New York, held its annual Summer School Program this July. "Hard To Believe" was screened as part of a session on the ethics of organ transplantation, following a presentation by Dr. Damon Noto, Spokesperson for Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting.
Prof. Wendy Rogers will attend Q&A panel discussions at Australian Premiere of "Hard To Believe" on Aug. 3rd and 4th in Sydney.
Committee on Foreign Affairs Hearing: Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations, and the Subcommittee on Europe, Eurasia, and Emerging Threats
2:00 pm, June 23, 2016 in Room 2200, Rayburn House Office Building: “Organ Harvesting: An Examination of a Brutal Practice”
A strong message was sent to the Chinese regime against forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience, the majority being Falun Gong practitioners, by the American Congress.
Just last week, the U.S. House of Foreign Affairs Committee marked up a new Resolution (H. Res. 343), and unanimously agreed to it, with some passionate speeches of support given by numerous members
Hard To Believe is broadcasting on WEFSDT (Orlando, FL) at 10:00 PM on Jan. 9, 2016 (Saturday) and 4:00 AM on Jan. 10, 2016 (Sunday).
Professor Katrina Bramstedt, one of the world's few formally trained transplant ethicists and a participant in 'Hard To Believe', recently gave a thought-provoking speech on "forced organ harvesting" at the NSW Parliament in Sydney, Australia.
Professor Maria Fiatarone Singh, MD, from the University of Sydney, made a moving speech during the screening of Hard To Believe at NSW Parliament in Sydney, Australia.