‘Walk for Tibet’
February 14 – 26, 2011
For World Peace, Human Rights,
and Tibetan Independence
Jigme Norbu, son of Tibetan Freedom Leader Dr. Thubten J. Norbu & nephew of His Holiness the Dalai Lama brings his ‘Walk for Tibet’ event to Florida. As he walks, Jigme talks to people along the way to build awareness and invite actions that serve the causes of World Peace, Human Rights and Tibetan Independence.
He will be joined by author-educator Donna Kim-Brand, offering an interactive talk ‘Wise Up:Create Your Future Now’; also Todd Huston, World Record Mountain Climber and leg amputee, speaking on ‘Peace and Personal Power’, and Wangchuk Dorjee, ex-Tibetan Parliament member on his 4th walk with Jigme.
The 300 mile Walk begins February 14, day of Love, in St. Augustine, founding city in the United States territory. It continues along Florida’s Atlantic coast through Feb. 26 when the finale event is a drum-fest reception at the esteemed Ann Norton Sculpture Garden, West Palm Beach. Artist Ann Norton herself was a supporter of the Tibetan cause as reflected in some of her art works & friendships.
To host a presentation by Jigme, Donna & Todd along the route, donate to the cause, join in the walk or attend the finale event, visit http://www.WalkforTibetFlorida.com or