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“I went to Dharamsala two years ago and after hearing the stories of the Tibetan community, I realized that I could address the lack of awareness for the human rights crisis in Tibet, which was shockingly apparent in my politically-active community. By forming an SFT chapter at my school, I am able to bring much-needed information to a group of motivated student-activists.”

— Fiona Selmi, Washington, D.C.

Free Tashi Wangchuk

Tibetan shopkeeper, Tashi Wangchuk, 31, was detained on January 27, 2016, after appearing in a New York Times video in which he advocated for the rights of Tibetans to learn...
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Stand with Larung Gar

The world’s largest Tibetan Buddhist academy, Larung Gar, is currently facing wide-scale demolitions by the Chinese government. The multi-year plan, which aims to downsize Larung Gar’s population by 50% and evict and displace...
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Feb 13: Tibetan Independence Day

Every country marks significant historical dates in its founding as a nation. Regardless of its current political status, Tibet is no exception and Students for a Free Tibet has set...
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