Attendees of the UN Anti-Torture Day's Event on June 26 at the University of South Florida included Tampa Bay Falun Gong practitioners, officers from the Red Cross, Amnesty International, the university communities, and a reporter from St. Pete Times. Presentations included some Falun Gong practitioners who shared their true experience in practicing Falun Gong, and their personal testimony of persecution suffered in China. An introduction tape of Falun Gong, and a documentary film titled "Human Rights Violations," exposed the persecution against Falun Gong in China quite vividly. Representatives from the local office of the Red Cross, Amnesty International, and the ISSS (International Students and Scholars Services) advisor also gave speeches expressing their concerns about the unjust treatment of Falun Gong practitioners in China, and offered their support. The ISSS advisor said that many Chinese students had been to their office due to the persecution, with concerns about the impact on the students and their families in China and abroad. ISSS staff members are well aware of, and will continue watching the situation in China. They said that the ISSS office would always be open to students who want to discuss the issue or seek help. They all expressed hope that the persecution will end immediately.