Reggie Littlejohn

Reggie Littlejohn

Reggie Littlejohn is the founder and President of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, Co-chair of the Stop Vaccine Passports Task Force, and Co-Chair of the Task Force to Stop the Genocide Games. A graduate of Yale Law School, she is an acclaimed international expert on China’s One Child Policy, (now the Three-Child Policy). Her organization has been called the “leading voice” in the battle to expose and oppose forced abortion and gendercide (the sex-selective abortion of baby girls) in China.

Women’s Rights Without Frontiers is also saving lives in China. Their “Save a Girl” campaign has saved hundreds of baby girls. They have begun to save abandoned widows in China as well.

Reggie has testified nine times at the United States Congress, most recently in May of 2021. She has delivered briefings three times at the European Parliament, twice at the British, and has spoken at the Irish and Canadian Parliaments, The Hague, United Nations, State Department, White House, and the Vatican as well.

Reggie was honored as one of the “Top Ten people of 2013” by Inside the Vatican Magazine. She was given the National Pro-Life Recognition award by Priests for Life at the 40th March for Life. That same year she was the keynote speaker for the Canadian March for Life and for the National Right to Life Convention in Dallas. She has received the Cardinal O’Connor Pro-Life Award at the National Summit of Legatus. In 2021, she received the “Women in Leadership: Changing the World” award from Mission College in California. In 2022, LifeSiteNews named her one of the “People of the Year – Heroes of 2021 and People to Watch in 2022.”

She is a monthly guest political commentator on Fox News Radio and has been featured in written, radio and internet TV pieces published by CNN, CBN, C-SPAN, Breitbart, Voice of America, LifeSiteNews, EWTN TV, Christianity Daily, America’s Voice, CNS News, “In the Market” with Janet Parshall, World Tribune, Washington Examiner, Catholic News Agency, Baptist Press, Front Page Mag, The Epoch Times, American Though Leaders, New Tang Dynasty TV, the John Batchelor Show, the Jenna Ellis Show, and quoted in Newsweek. She is also a member of the Speakers Bureau for the Victims of Communism.

She has worked with Mother Teresa in Calcutta.