Jan H Fewings
Jan H Fewings

all the best free Tibet foor good now.

Brenda Reilly Thomas
Brenda Reilly Thomas

Free tibet now.

Izak Leif Egelund
Izak Leif Egelund

Frihed lighed for os alle på denne jord, det blev skabt med disse ord, så hvorfor er vi ikke alle frie mennersker, det er magt begær grished, endag vil bøtten vende for de mange misforstået magthaver I Verden tro mig det vil ske, selv det gode kan vække vreden, så det onde vil gylpe I sit.

Vivienne Hanford
Vivienne Hanford

Freedom of speech is so important.We must all try to promote it worldwide.

Ihsan Alnasan
Ihsan Alnasan

to all my friends pls sign the petition.

Stephan Keyser
Stephan Keyser

freedom of speech

Anna Kępka
Anna Kępka

please sign the petition.

Eveline Reiner
Eveline Reiner

please sign

Danielle Choquette
Danielle Choquette

Why do we have the tendency to think seperate? What we do unto others is done unto ourselves...and we don't even realize it...Freedom of speech is for each and every human being! Is there something that we don't want to hear?

Nigeria WomenCry ForPeace

The situation in Tibet is deteriorating, and Chinese authorities are working hard to keep it from the international spotlight. International journalists are barred, except on government-controlled tours. Independent coverage of ethnic tensions in the region is quickly censored in the Chinese media.

Tibetan journalists face harsh punishments. Before Dhondup Wangchen, no Tibetans were jailed for reporting. Now, at least 9 other Tibetan journalists besides him are behind bars, often for...

The situation in Tibet is deteriorating, and Chinese authorities are working hard to keep it from the international spotlight. International journalists are barred, except on government-controlled tours. Independent coverage of ethnic tensions in the region is quickly censored in the Chinese media.

Tibetan journalists face harsh punishments. Before Dhondup Wangchen, no Tibetans were jailed for reporting. Now, at least 9 other Tibetan journalists besides him are behind bars, often for inciting separatism—the same charge Chinese state media level against the Dalai Lama and his "clique." Deprived of a voice, Tibetans seek more and more desperate ways to communicate. More than 50 Tibetans have self-immolated in protest against Chinese rule in the past three years, according to The Associated Press.

This trend has implications beyond Tibet. At least seven ethnic Uighur journalists are also jailed. Freedom for Dhondup Wangchen would be the first step toward freedom for all ethnic minority journalists struggling to shed light on tensions with the Chinese state.

By supporting Dhondup Wangchen, you are sending a message to Chinese authorities that his efforts to speak on behalf of an oppressed community were not wasted. Those who courageously agreed to speak with him have found an audience. And that audience will not rest until Dhondup Wangchen is freed.

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