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Ann Noonan Oct 1
Remembering Harry Wu & his efforts to help us all hear the Voices of China’s Laogai, document history & work as Americans to protect human rights for China’s common people. Will the Laogai Museum in DC officially close during this 70th year of PRC rule & will that please the PRC?
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Ann Noonan Sep 28
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Ann Noonan Sep 27
“For the sake of His sorrowful Passion, have mercy on us and on the whole world.”
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Ann Noonan Sep 26
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Ann Noonan Sep 25
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Ann Noonan Sep 24
Replying to @tomgrundy
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Ann Noonan Sep 20
Powerful letter from Mr Justin Yu, Chairman of The Chinese Chamber of Commerce of New York, Inc to ⁦⁦⁩ about Michael Pack’s nomination to ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Ann Noonan Sep 19
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Ann Noonan Sep 17
Here at America Media Headquarters: The Present and Future of the Catholic Church in China and How the U.S. Church Can Respond 🙏🙏
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Ann Noonan Sep 14
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Ann Noonan Sep 11
Here in DC at the BBG Meeting
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Ann Noonan Sep 4
Just saw this fire hydrant across the street from 3512 Oxford Avenue in County zip code 10463 has been knocked over. Can please look into this for the safety of our neighbors. It’s the only one on this block. Thankful to all ⁦⁩!
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Radio Free Asia Sep 4
Hong Kong Leader's Withdrawal Pledge is 'Too Little, Too Late': Protesters
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Ann Noonan Sep 4
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Ann Noonan Sep 2
Replying to @elmago3221
🙏Praying
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Claudia Rosett Sep 2
The nature of China’s Communist regime hasn’t changed since the Tiananmen Square massacre, writes via
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Ann Noonan Sep 2
Here’s a postcard I sent to my Mom in 1995 when I visited Hong Kong. Praying everyday for the brave people in Hong Kong who deserve to live in peace, and not in a police state.
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