Women of Tibet: A Quiet Revolution

In 1959, 15,000 Tibetan women took to the streets of Lhasa to oppose Chinese occupation. The surviving elders and the Dalai Lama share stories of their survival in prison and their escape to build a new Tibet.
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  • Rosemary Rawcliffe


  • Dolma Teykhang
  • Samdup Dolma
  • Tseten Schneiter
  • Tenzin Peldon
  • Pema Chogkhan


  • Rosemary Rawcliffe

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