Rangzen Express Hits Pittsburgh!

The Rangzen protests continue in New York today and the banners calling for Tibetan independence will also be raised in Pittsburgh to coincide with the start of the G20 meeting.
 
RTYC Minnesota Arrangements
 
RTYC, SFT, RTWA and TAFM are jointly working to participate in protest events in Pittsburgh, PA during September 24 & 25. Leaders of the world are converging for G20 Summit including those of Chinese government.

Let’s protest against totalitarian regime of China that illegally occupies Tibet; shows no remorse in clamping down hard on Tibetans; objects and protests which ever country HHDL visits. Let’s make G20 meeting participants know that Chinese govt. must be held accountable for their ruthless action in Tibet, Uighur, Mongolia and even in China.

We are coordinating with Pennsylvania Tibetan Association and RTYC-NY/NJ to learn details which will be shared with you as they become available. If you are interested in going, please let us know at the earliest. We have a bus reserved which costs us about $7000. Deadline to reserve your seat is September 20.

Here is the tentative Plan:
Minneapolis – Pittsburgh – about 12hr drive

Bus leaves TCCC: 5:00PM Wednesday
Pittsburgh Arrival: 6:00AM Thursday
Protest Events: Thursday & Friday
Departs from Pitt: Friday Evening
MPLS Arrival: Early Saturday

Contact any RTYC members to sign up. Please also help to forward this email to others that are not in our mailing list. Your support is really appreciated. For more questions: CALL: 952-356-7359/rtycmn@gmail.com, rtycminnesota@yahoo.com On behalf of RTYC, SFT, TAFM & RTWA

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