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Monday, May 16, 2011

This Week New Jersey News

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The Dalai Lama brought his message of peace Thursday to a U.S. city wracked by violence, saying one tool Americans can use toward social well-being is addressing the gap between rich and poor.

The Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader made the remarks on a visit to New Jersey's largest city to kick off a three-day event promoting nonviolence.

When asked how the messages of the summit — which will include panel discussions by Nobel laureates and celebrities including Goldie Hawn — will reach young people in Newark struggling to find their way in violence-plagued neighborhoods, the Dalai Lama said that violence — especially among the young — is an acting out of extreme frustration.
We asked a New Jersey resident what their feelings on the significance of the Dalai Lama's visit were, and whether or not they thought it would make a positive change in their state. Their response is as follows:

Tan Jovi
Who's that queer in the dress?
Mr. Jovi then proceeded to turn around a punch a nearby woman for seemingly no reason.

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