Make Your Voice Heard for Tibet and the Tibetan People

This from the International Campaign for Tibet today:

If you live in the United States, please send the following message to your Senators and urge them to cosponsor Senate Resolution 356, which:

• mourns the death of Tibetans who have self-immolated;
• calls for China to allow unrestricted access to Tibet to journalists, foreign diplomats, and international organizations;
• asks for an accounting of Tibetans detained for peacefully protesting, and of monks forcibly removed from Kirti monastery;
• requests the Department of State to continue to seek a U.S. consulate in Lhasa, Tibet, and to not consent to the opening of any Chinese consulate in the U.S. until one in Lhasa is established.

Send a message to your elected officials here.

For updates about all that’s been happening within Tibet in recent months, I recommend checking out (for which I also blog).

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