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The Power of Tibetan Art, and the Individual Voice

In my journey to add to the women of Dharamsala’s nunneries voices to the world, I have encountered so many beautiful and empowering acts of art and communication around the globe, for the sake of Tibet.

Check out this Oregonian man’s shop wall – a 10’x100′ mural of Chinese brutality against Tibetans and Tawianese.  Chinese officials have been pressuring him to take it down – and the Mayor, in support of freedom of speech, basically told them to stuff it.

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