Ti-Anna Wang

Activist and human rights advocate

Ti-Anna Wang is a Chinese activist for human rights. Born in 1989, her name commemorates in the victims of the Tiananmen Square massacre. In 2002, when Ti-Anna was 13, her father was arrested for opposing communism. Although no evidence was presented against him, Wang Bingzhang was convicted on charges of “espionage” and is currently in prison serving a life sentence. After the arrest and conviction of his father, Wang started an international campaign that tirelessly seeks his release.


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Fighting for my Father’s Freedom
Ti-Anna Wang

09 de noviembre de 2018

College Freedom Forum
Yulia Marushevska, Jamila Raqib, Rosa María Payá, Abdalaziz Alhamza, Anastasia Lin, Danilo Maldonado Machado, Tutu Alicante, Jean-Robert Cadet, Marcel Granier, Thor Halvorssen, Wael Ghonim, Daniel Enrique Pérez, Edipcia Dubón, Ti-Anna Wang, Jerry Sesanga, Leyla Hussein

09 de noviembre de 2018


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