Join us in 2023 as we continue to expose the hate on China and advocate for cooperation, collaboration, and no more acts of war!
Thank you. 2022 was a tumultuous year for peace, yet you showed up to disrupt the rampant hate narrative and acts of aggression. Join us in 2023 as we continue to expose the hate towards China and push for cooperation, collaboration and no acts of war, like the militarization that is happening in Guam, violating human rights and destroying their eco-system!
As peacemakers our task is to educate, inspire and activate. With the barrage of lies and hate towards China, education comes first. As we analyze the last 3 years of China and COVID, we see it is not about educating us, but more lies to build hate and distrust. But in the face of extreme homelessness in the US, instead of driving hate, shouldn’t we be learning how China took 800 million out of poverty?
To start off the year, we've invited back our friend Tings Chak, now a student in Beijing, to share her experiences of the last 3 years living in China.
PBS has censored their own documentary on how China ended extreme poverty. This year, let’s build an audience for it that demands it be shown.
Thank you for the actions you took in 2022:
When the New York Times launched a smear campaign against Olympian Eileen Gu, you showed up. We delivered a letter with 2,500 signatures to the New York Times demanding an apology for Eileen and an end to the warmongering coverage towards China.
When Nancy Pelosi announced her provocative and ill-advised visit to Taiwan, you showed up. We rallied at the San Francisco Federal Building and called on the Speaker to listen to common sense and not turn Taiwan into the next Ukraine.
When the Senate advanced the Taiwan Policy Act of 2022, pushing tension with China almost to a tipping point, again you showed up.
Let’s ring in 2023 with bold action to promote peace with China!
Join our conversation with Tings Chak: On Wednesday, Jan 11, we are hosting a conversation with Tings Chak about living in China in the past three years. Tings Chak is a researcher at the Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research, a member of Dongsheng News collective, and the author of the pamphlet Serve the People – The Eradication of Extreme Poverty in China. During this conversation, Tings will share her experience as a woman and a student. RSVP here!
Host a local screening of China’s War on Poverty: PBS has censored their own documentary, and when the truth is shut down, we need to raise it up higher. Host a film screening in your community to start a conversation about how China lifted 800 million people out of extreme poverty. Let us know if you are interested in hosting a screening in your community! Reach out to me at [email protected] if you have questions or need support.
Wei, Jodie and the entire CODEPINK Team