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ChinaFile Presents: Feminist and LGBT Activism in China (Complete)

NEW YORK, July 28, 2016 — Chinese feminist and LGBTQ activists Li Maizi (Li Tingting) and Di Wang discuss progress in women's equality and gay rights movements in China. They explore how the movements have grappled with traditional social attitudes and interference from authorities, including when Li was detained for 37 days in 2015 for planning an anti-sexual harassment campaign. Journalist Barbara Demick moderates the discussion. (1 hr. 18 min.)

See also:
Chinese Activist Describes How International Feminists Can Help in China

Chinese Feminist Recounts Arrest and Detention

 


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