Nepali woman finds freedom from cultural misogyny as a Buddhist nun and through song
Ani Choying Drolma is a Nepali Buddhist nun, internationally renowned singer and social activist. She founded the Nuns Welfare Foundation in Nepal to support the education and welfare of Buddhist nuns. And recently Ani started a U.S. branch for her work called the Ani Foundation. Her autobiography is called Singing for Freedom.
Ani Choying Drolma will be in Chicago from March 24-28.
She will make two appearances at Primitive, a furniture and fine arts gallery.
130 N. Jefferson St., Chicago
Thursday, March 28; 7-9pm
A special event for healthcare professionals who have visited Nepal or are interested in volunteering opportunities.
Monday, March 28; 11-5pm
Ani will discuss her music and philanthropic endeavors.