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Prime Minister of Tibet, Panel on Nonviolence & Freedom Struggles

Samdhong Rinpoche- Prime Minister, Tibetan Government in Exile

Free for those w/ SUID
$5 for those not affiliated w/ Stanford

Sponsored by Stanford Friends of Tibet Speaker's Bureau Muslim Students Awareness Network

The three panelists will discuss the past and present freedom struggles of the Tibetans, African Americans and the Muslim Uyghur people in Western China. Each speaker will give a short talk on topics including nonviolence, diplomatic relations with China and the U.S., and ethnic and political tension in China.

Samdhong Rinpoche (Prime Minister of Tibetan Government in Exile, Gandhian and Buddhist Scholar)

Clayborne Carson (Director of Martin Luther King, Jr., Institute)

Rebiya Kadeer (Leader of the Uyghur Freedom Movement in Exile)

Friday, May 28, 2010 | 2:45 pm — 4:45 pm
Cubberley Auditorium, 485 Lasuen Mall

Stanford Friends of Tibet Speaker's Bureau Muslim Students Awareness Network