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    ACT NOW: Speak out for imprisoned Tibetan singers. As a global community we have to act to end Chinese ethnocide in Tibet.

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    Founded by the two formerly imprisoned members of Pussy Riot, the goal of Zona Prava is to aid those who, though they may be deprived of liberty in camps and prisons, are not willing to be stripped of their dignity.

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    Whether you're from Wisconsin or not, we all need to stand together to protect freedom of expression and these activists arrested for simply singing protest songs in the State Capitol.

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Free The Tibet 10

Chinese ethnocide in Tibet has involved a careful policy of cultural cleansing by imprisoning Tibetan artists who speak out about the government's policy of abuse or even simply advocate for cultural pride or sing about continuing Tibetan traditions or language.

Zona Prava

Zona Prava (Zone of Rights) was founded by Pussy Riot members Nadya Tolokonnikova and Masha Alekhina upon their December 2013 release from prison in Russia.

“The support we received from The Voice Project was a miracle. It’s incredible to sit behind bars and know that there are hundreds and thousands of people who care, and I ask you to continue to care about those who are in harm’s way. Thank you everyone and thank you Voice Project.”

- Nadya Tolokonnikova, Pussy Riot