Chai Ling was the student-appointed “Supreme Commander” of the Tianamen Square movement of 1989. When the People’s Liberation Army massacred thousands on June 4, she went into hiding and eventually fled the PRC to come to the states, where she completed her education at Princeton and Harvard Business School before launching a successful business career.
Now Chai Ling has founded AllGirlsAllowed.org to combat the gendercide underway in the PRC, and has written a new memoir that is part dissident literature, part Christian testimonial and very much an appeal to the world’s pro-life and pro-women movements to understand and act on what is happening in China to this day.
She will be my guest in hour three of today’s program. Her book is titled A Heart for Freedom.