Take a Stand for Free Expression in China
Sergio De La Pava, Jennifer Egan, Ha Jin, Alison Klayman, Chang-Rae Lee, and Victoria Redel
Take a Stand for Free Expression in China

On the occasion of Ai Weiwei’s retrospective opening at the Brooklyn Museum, Sergio De La Pava, Jennifer Egan, Ha Jin, Alison Klayman, Chang-Rae Lee, and Victoria Redel will read writing and testimonials from Ai Weiwei, Liu Xiaobo, Liu Xia, and  Ilham Tohti in support of freedom expression in China.

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Presented by PEN American Center in partnership with Brooklyn Public Library and Friends of Ai Weiwei. Co-sponsored by AAWW and Phil & Co.

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Take a Stand for Free Expression in China

Sergio De La Pava, Jennifer Egan, Ha Jin, Alison Klayman, Chang-Rae Lee, and Victoria Redel
Thursday, April 10, 2014
7:00 PM
$0.00
Brooklyn Public Library
10 Grand Army Plaza
Brooklyn NY 11238
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