China’s human rights record to be discussed at forum

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WINNIPEG -- Human rights lawyer David Matas will be one of the speakers tonight at a public forum examining China’s human rights record.

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WINNIPEG — Human rights lawyer David Matas will be one of the speakers tonight at a public forum examining China’s human rights record.

The event begins at 7 p.m. in the Buchwald Room of the Millennium Library.

Matas will talk about the trafficking in human organs that takes place in China and how that relates to the controversial Bodies exhibit, which has dominated headlines over its display of Chinese cadavers.

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