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Official Launch: Kickstarter.com Campaign Begins!

Folks and friends,

After a careful review process, the Restored Voice Project is now live on the wonderful Kickstarter.com!  Here is the link to the project’s page:


Please take a look and pass around this project to the people in your own community who you feel would be excited to support an empowering book of refugee women’s stories.  As I say on my Kickstarter page:

I have friends in the arts and education worlds on several continents, from L.A. to Montpellier to Bombay. All of them have expressed excitement about Restored Voice. I think this is a book that people really want to read, and those who have connections have been eager to offer them to me.

There are millions of people out there who want women’s stories to be told.  There are millions of people out there who want Tibetan stories to be told.  Refugee stories, empowerment stories, spiritual stories, political stories – these nuns’ lives span the passions of so many different people.

Already I have seen such a huge surge of excitement, encouragement, and offers of help and support from so many people.  The warmth and generosity of the human spirit, in response to a project like this, is limitless.  I’ve already seen it.  All RVP needs now is enough people to hear about it!


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