n the stage of China, before an audience of the entire world, a drama of life and death is playing out.
In 1999, the Chinese communist regime launched a campaign to crush the Falun Gong spiritual practice. Ten years later, the campaign has destroyed tens of millions of lives through torture and abuse, political persecution, and alleged organ harvesting. Ten years later, Falun Gong practitioners have endured unimaginable pain and suffering, and in the process launched a global movement to end their persecution.
Through exclusive interviews with Chinese refugees and China experts, "A Decade of Courage" examines four of the moments that changed modern China: April 25, 1999, the day 10,000 Falun Gong practitioners gathered outside the National Appeals Office in Beijing; May 13, 1992, the day Falun Gong was first taught in public; June 10, 1999, the day the Chinese regime created a secret police agency with the mission to destroy Falun Gong; July 20, 1999, the day Falun Gong practitioners across the country were arrested and the campaign against Falun Gong began.