Harry Wu

Harry Wu

Harry Wu was a Chinese human rights activist. Wu spent 19 years in Chinese labor camps, and became a resident and citizen of the United States. Wikipedia*

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Harry Wu has 17 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1991 House Committee as a Visiting Scholar for the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. The year with the most videos was 1997 with two videos as an Activist for the Human Rights. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2011 with an average of 1,039 views per program. Most appearances with Paul Wellstone (3), Nancy Pelosi (2), Chris Smith (2). Most common tags: China, Human Rights.

Appearances by Title:c. December 20, 2004 - Present Executive Director, Laogai Research Foundation Videos: 5 c. January 1, 2006 - Present Publisher, China Information Center, Inc. Videos: 2 c. September 7, 1995 - Present Activist, Human Rights Videos: 9

Previously

Visiting Scholar, Hoover Institution at Stanford University c. September 23, 1991 - c. September 7, 1995 Videos: 1

Recent Appearances

  • Human Rights in China

    Human Rights in China

    Representatives Chris Smith and Frank Wolf led a news conference on human rights in China. Former Chinese political…

  • Beijing Olympics and Human Rights Issues

    Beijing Olympics and Human Rights Issues

    Harry Wu, executive director of the Laogai Research Foundation, talked about his meeting (along with other advocates) with President Bush this…

  • Human Rights in China

    Human Rights in China

    Harry Wu spoke about human rights issues in China and political efforts to address some international concern about China’s…

  • Human Rights in China

    Human Rights in China

    The Africa, Global Human Rights and International Operations Subcommittee of the House International Relations Committee held a hearing…

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