Virginia Prodan: Fight for Freedom and Escape from Romanian Communism

Virginia Prodan was an attorney in Communist Romania under the rule of Nicolae Ceausescu. She became a target of the Securitate, Romania's secret police, when she became a Christian and began fighting religious persecution in that country. She was granted political asylum by the Reagan Administration in 1988, and currently practices law in Dallas, Texas.

Virginia Prodan is a speaker for Texas Eagle Forum and an Allied Attorney with the Alliance Defense Fund. She founded her own law firm, Virginia Prodan Law Firm, in 2005. She works on immigration law cases. Virginia Prodan has been featured and is frequently invited as a guest speaker in local and national media such as the GBTV - Glenn Beck Program, Dallas Eagle Forum, the Christian Science Monitor, the Fox and ABC affiliates, Dallas Morning News, WFAA TV Channel 8, Dallas Eagle Forum, PCRW - Park Cities Republican Women, Tea Party groups, KCBI--Dallas 90.9, KRLD-Dallas 1080, KDKR 91.3 FM, Point of View Talk Show, Family Net Radio, Roaring Lambs Ministry-Amplify your Faith Speaker, Joy TV.

Among her appearances, she has spoken at the Metroplex Mission with Billy Graham, American Tract Society, and she is regularly invitated to speak at Dallas Bar Association, Josh McDowell Ministry, Business Women for Success, S.M.U. Dedman Law School, FOCUS at First Baptist Church, Texas Wesleyan School of Law, E.D.S., Christian Lawyers Fellowship, First Baptist Academy, and many schools, companies and churches in the Dallas area and other cities in U.S.

Virginia Prodan shares her own powerful story, which illustrates that freedom is precious and worth defending. Prodan warns of the changes that she now sees taking place right here in America and what is at stake.