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WASHINGTON D.C.— All Florida schools will now teach their students about the crimes of communist regimes thanks to a bill passed today by the Florida Senate. The legislation, which was championed by the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC) and passed in… Read More

The Victims of Communism – St. Louis Commission (VOC-STL) — comprised of local VOC volunteers who are committed to helping educate their local community about the perils of communism and to highlighting the stories of local witnesses of communism — exhibited at this year’s… Read More

WASHINGTON, D.C.— The board of trustees of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC) announced today that Ambassador Andrew Bremberg will join the organization as its new president and CEO. “I am pleased to welcome Ambassador Bremberg as our new… Read More

WASHINGTON, D.C. — This past week the Texas House of Representatives held a hearing on legislation to establish November 7th as the annual “Victims of Communism Memorial Day.” Texas will join 12 other states in recognizing VOC Day to bear… Read More

In response to the European Union sanctions against Beijing for its human rights violations in Xinjiang, on Monday the Chinese Communist Party retaliated with sanctions against leading European individuals and institutions. For the first time since the Tiananmen Square Massacre… Read More

The Chinese Communist Party recently announced it is suing renowned China scholar, Dr. Adrian Zenz, Senior Fellow in China Studies at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, in its latest attempt to cover up its crimes against Uyghur Muslims and… Read More

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, the United States Congress took action to protect US citizens and to stop a horrifying trade in China that claims the lives of innocent victims with the bipartisan introduction of the Stop Forced Organ Harvesting Act…. Read More

The 75th Anniversary of an Historic Speech Rarely does an out-of-office politician have a major impact on public policy, especially outside his own country, but former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill was no ordinary politician. As a personal favor to… Read More

Hong Kong sat atop the Heritage Foundation’s annual Index of Economic Freedom for 25 years. When the 27th edition of the index is released Thursday, Hong Kong won’t be found. In explaining the decision to remove Hong Kong (and Macau)… Read More

WASHINGTON, D.C. — This Thursday, the Florida state legislature will hold hearings on legislation to establish November 7th as the annual “Victims of Communism Memorial Day.” Florida will join 11 other states in recognizing VOC Day. Additionally, the bill would make… Read More