an After abortion: Art Exhibit in NYC Points Spotlight on China's Forced Abortions

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Thursday, September 11, 2014

Art Exhibit in NYC Points Spotlight on China's Forced Abortions

"New York City Art Exhibit Exposes Horrors of Forced Abortions in China" More than 40 million girls in China have been selectively aborted. The artist's interview video by CNN is interesting.

It's an article reprinted from (now added to our sidebar).

We have posted a 9-years-running list of links on forced abortions in our sidebar, below right.

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