Saturday, October 30, 2004,
Cotter Union / 130 Pugh Center Commons Room

"Sangdrol was first detained as a political prisoner at age 13. She drew international attention after a tape of songs she and other imprisoned nuns had recorded was smuggled out." NPR, All Things Considered, Wednesday, April 02, 2003.

Event sponsored by Colby Students for a Free Tibet as
well as Freeman Foundation, SOBHU, SGA, Department of Religious Studies, the International Club and Women's Group.

For more information on the speaker go to:
http://www.amnesty.org.uk/ua/updates/sangdrol.shtml


Public event