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The Lady Appears!--Show Your Support for Burma's Freedom Fighters


I am so moved today by the events taking place in Burma, I want to ask you to join me in celebrating and supporting those involved. Here is an excerpt from today's BBC article titled, "Suu Kyi Greets Burma Protesters," plus useful links to updates and campaigns that support The Lady and her cause:

"At least 2,000 monks are staging a sixth day of protests through the streets of the main city of Rangoon.

Up to 10,000 marched through Mandalay with protests also taking place in five townships across Burma.

Apparently unable to hold her tears, Aung San Suu Kyi came out of the house she has been detained in since 2003 as the monks were let through a roadblock.

Witnesses said Ms Suu Kyi walked out with two other women and cried as she watched the monks and prayed with them but did not speak."

Other media coverage:

Protesting Burmese Monks March to Aung San Suu Kyi's Compound (Voice of America)

Concerned Countries Needed For Dialogue on Burma (Mizzima News)

Myanmar Opposition Leader Suu Kyi Looks "Fit and Well" Says Monk (AP/The Hindu)

You'll find English-language books by and about Aung San Suu Kyi located on World Pulse's virtual bookshelf:

The Lady: Aung San Suu Kyi: Nobel Laureate and Burma's Prisoner, Barbara Victor
The Voice of Hope, by Aung San Suu Kyi
Freedom from Fear and Other Writings, by Aung San Suu Kyi

The following links offer updates and campaign information supporting democracy in Burma:

Burma Campaign UK
US Campaign for Burma
Canadian Friends of Burma
Alternative ASEAN Network on Burma (Southeast Asia)
Spanish-language Information on Burma

Peace and health to The Lady and her supporters,




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Stand With Burmese Protestors


Thank you for posting this critical information. I, too, am so moved by the courage of the Burmese people. It fills me with hope that things can change.

Here's one more campaign from Avaaz "is a community of global citizens who take action on the major issues facing the world today." To Stand with Burmese Protestors, click here:

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