Father jailed and daughter denied basic human rights. The father, Zhang participated in the 1989 pro-democracy protests on Tiananmen Square and has been subjected to several terms of imprisonment, re-education through labor, and house-arrest for human rights.
Zhang’s 10-year-old daughter, Zhang Anni, hasn’t been spared persecution either.
- Prisoners of conscience in China. Let us not forget them on this Chinese holiday. (humanrightchild.wordpress.com)
- Four Children Protest on Tiananmen Square, Looking for Their ‘Disappeared’ Moms (theepochtimes.com)
- What happened to Tank Man, China’s most famous Tiananmen Square protester? (humanrightchild.wordpress.com)
- Rewriting Chinese history. (humanrightchild.wordpress.com)
- Daughter of Chinese Activist Arrives in US to Begin New Life (theepochtimes.com)
- Tiananmen Square Fast Facts (cnn.com)
- Nasrin Sotoudeh, an hour after release: “They told me, ‘You are free.’ Other prisoners and lawyers should be released, too” (payvand.com)
- Iran releases political prisoners, including Sakharov Prize winner Nasrin Sotoudeh (theiranproject.com)