"Human Harvest" screening and discussion with Nobel Peace Prize nominee David Kilgour

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

7:00 pm

Jordan Hall, Room 040 Map

Sponsored by:
Falun Dafa at Stanford

Human Harvest is a Peabody Award winning documentary which investigates this important public health issue, whereby for over a decade great numbers of prisoners of conscience have been killed for their organs in China. Transplant tourists from around the world are at risk of unknowingly receiving such organs and being complicit with these crimes.

Invited speaker at this event is David Kilgour, 2010 Nobel Peace Prize nominee, retired Canadian MP and Secretary of State (Asia-Pacific). He has co-authored various books on the topic including most recently Bloody Harvest / The Slaughter An Update, and participated in the movie Human Harvest. He will address his work of the last 10 years exposing the state sanctioned illegal organ harvesting of Chinese prisoners of conscience.

When:
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Where:
Jordan Hall, Room 040 Map
Admission:

Free admission

Audience:
Contact:
6508896353, linayqiu@stanford.edu