Washington March for Chinese Democracy

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The Washington March for Democracy in China was sponsored by the Independent Federation of Chinese Students and Scholars on October 1, 1989, as a response to the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989. About 6000 people participated. The event's organizers and advisors include Arthur Miller, Wuer Kaixi, Liu Yongchuan and many students leaders. Father Dryner, president of Georgetown University Law School, Senator Slade Gorton, Congressman Walter E. Fauntroy and many other leaders spoke and participated in the March.

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