Zanewood Recreation Center, in partnership with YMCA Intervention Services, presented the program, What it’s like to walk in my shoes as a teen in Brooklyn Park, to the Brooklyn Park City Council on Monday, November 27.
On March 6th, 2016 David Popp got a gun and brought it to his Milwaukee, WI apartment building on 92nd and Beloit. He shot three of his neighbors in the head – Phia Vue, Mai K. Xiong and Jesus Manso-Perez.
Attendance tallies are still being tabulated as of this writing, but it looks as if the 39th Annual Minnesota Hmong New Year, held November 24-26, 2017 at RiverCentre in St. Paul, Minnesota, will top last year’s attendance by about 3,000.
On August 11, 1992, the Hmong Cultural Center of Minnesota registered with the Minnesota Secretary of State’s office as a non-profit organization. Over the past 25 years, the Hmong Cultural Center has served the Hmong and non-Hmong community with several important programs to promote education about Hmong culture and history and facilitate the adaptation of Hmong in American Society.
Hmong American Farmers Association One Of Seven Organizations To Win 2017 Bush Prize For Community Innovation
On November 14th, The Bush Foundation awarded the 2017 Bush Prize for Community Innovation to seven organizations with a track record of making great ideas happen.
In Laos, by tradition, the Hmong celebrated their New Year celebrations for generations in either November or December each year based on the lunar calendar. The salience of the cultural celebrations is the time, when most important rituals are performed in remembrance of the ancestors.
Rail safety is a chief concern as goods and commodities are moved to market. Tenzin Dolkar has been appointed by Governor Dayton to continue the push to improve rail safety throughout the state of Minnesota. Dolkar is a Tibetan refugee.
On July 22nd roughly 200 Hmong, Cambodian and Lao veterans gathered at the Hayden Heights Recreation Center at 1965 Hoyt Avenue in St. Paul for a parade to honor their service that ended at the…