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Title: 18XEEM

URL: http://18xeem.com/home

Description: 18XEEM’s mission is to educate the public and promote a positive reflection on the unique experiences of ethnic minorities, their rich history, culture and language, through the documentation of events, both historical and current, and through creative writing and art.

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Title: Amy Lee Sanford

URL: http://amyleesanford.com/

Description: Amy Lee Sanford is a Cambodian-American sculptor. Her work explores the intersection of trauma and healing.

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Title: Saint Anselm's Cross-Cultural Community Center

URL: http://anselmcenter.org

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Title: Ao Dai Festival

URL: http://aodaifestival.com/

Description: Developed and led by Jenny Do, an attorney by trade with a passion for the arts and adamant belief in social change, the Ao Dai Festival brought together a group of artists and social activists that firmly believe in the concept of humanity through arts. That means we produce art and utilize it to change our society in positive ways. It also means that we intend to make direct social impact through forwarding Vietnamese culture and the arts for generations to come.

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Subject:   Vietnamese culture Vietnamese festivals

Title: Bao Phi

URL: http://baophi.com/

Description: A two-time Minnesota Grand Slam champion and a National Poetry Slam finalist, Bao Phi has appeared on HBO Presents Russell Simmons Def Poetry, featured in the live performances and taping of the blockbuster diasporic Vietnamese variety show Paris By Night 114: Tôi Là Người Việt Nam, and a poem of his appeared in the 2006 Best American Poetry anthology. His poems and essays are widely published in numerous publications including Screaming Monkeys and Spoken Word Revolution Redux. A short story of his, Revolution Shuffle, appeared in the anthology Octavia’s Brood: Stories from Social Justice Movements, AK Press, 2015, and an essay of his was included in the anthology A Good Time for the Truth, edited by Sun Yung Shin, Minnesota Historical Society Press.

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Title: Cambodian Association of Greater Philadelphia

URL: http://cagp.org/

Description: The Cambodian Association of Greater Philadelphia, the city’s foundation of social, health and education programs for Cambodian refugees and their families, has achieved extraordinary organizational development and growth over the past thirty years. We are the only organization of its kind, specializing in providing innovative and unique bilingual programs and services to meet the combined social, economic, health and educational needs of Cambodians in Philadelphia, many of whom are survivors of the Cambodian genocide or descendants of survivors.

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Subject:   Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Cambodian organizations Cambodian genocide

Title: The Cambodian Family

URL: http://cambodianfamily.org/

Description: The Cambodian Family is a grassroots, non-profit community based organization, helping refugees and immigrants become socially healthy by improving their lives and their community.

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Subject:   Cambodian-American organizations Cambodian-American NGOs

Title: Cambodia Town Film Festival

URL: http://cambodiatownfilmfestival.com/

Description: CTFF is a four-day film forum that will introduce new studio and independent features, documentaries, foreign features, short films, animated shorts and re-released classics.

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Title: Đỗ Nguyên Mai

URL: http://donguyenmai.com/index.html

Description: Đỗ Nguyên Mai - name written family name to given name - is a Vietnamese American poet from Santa Clarita, California.

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Title: Hmong American Bar Association

URL: http://habaminn.org/

Description: The Hmong American Bar Association is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to seek justice and to promote knowledge of the law and the legal system to its members, the Hmong community, and the community at large through education, scholarship, assistance, and services.

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Subject:   Hmong American organizations Business/professional organizations

Title: Hmong Mutual Association of Sheboygan

URL: http://hmaaweb.org/

Description: HMAAS’ focuses to empower, mentor and build young leaders through our new vision and mission. The needs of the community have changed over the years; we believe that for a brighter future and stronger community, we must come together to fulfil the needs of the community at large while preserving and protecting our cultures, heritages, and dreams.

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Subject:   Hmong organizations Sheboygan, Wisconsin

Title: Hmong American Friendship Association

URL: http://hmongfriendship.org/

Description: The Hmong American Friendship Association is a mutual assistance agency that was founded by and for Southeast Asian refugees in 1983. These refugees came together to help one another adjust to their new lives in the United states after fleeing their homes in Laos after the Vietnam War.

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Subject:   Hmong American organizations Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Title: Hmong Association of Washington

URL: http://hmongofwa.org/

Description: Established in 1983, the Hmong Association of Washington (HAW) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that exists to serve the Hmong community in the Puget Sound region (King, Pierce, Snohomish).

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Subject:   Hmong organizations Washington

Title: Hmong Women's Heritage Association

URL: http://hmongwomenheritage.org

Description: Hmong Women's Heritage Association (HWHA) is a non-profit, community-based organization committed to empowering Hmong women and their families in the Sacramento Region to lead healthy lives. We provide culturally sensitive programs and services that educate and support families as they thrive.

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Title: Vietnamese Association of Illinois

URL: http://hnvi.org/

Description: Founded in 1976, The Vietnamese Association of Illinois (VAI) is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that focuses on serving diverse communities of all ethnicities and religions, fostering unity, and promoting Vietnamese American identity. Since its founding, VAI has served thousands of Vietnamese Americans and other ethnic communities through facilitating resettlement and citizenship, building community, seeking employment, addressing healthcare issues, raising political awareness, providing educational opportunities, addressing multigenerational issues for seniors and youth, establishing and expanding businesses, and strengthening cultural heritage.

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Subject:   Vietnamese American organizations Chicago, Illinois

Title: Indo Chinese Islamic Center

URL: http://icislamiccenter.com

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Title: JavaArts

URL: http://javaarts.org/

Description: JavaArts is a cultural enterprise that was launched in partnership with Java Café & Gallery in the year 2000 in Phnom Penh, where it operates a gallery and arts lab. Supported by the café and gallery activities, JavaArts is a platform for the development of contemporary visual arts in Cambodia. It works to sustain arts practice for artists, researchers, curators and other creative practitioners and has provided a launching pad to many emerging artists who have since gone on to become prominent figures in the contemporary art world.

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Title: Khmer Girls in Action

URL: http://kgalb.org

Description: Khmer Girls in Action is a community-based organization whose mission is to build a progressive and sustainable Long Beach community that works for gender, racial and economic justice led by Southeast Asian young women.

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Subject:   Long Beach, California Khmer-American organizations Khmer women's organizations

Title: Khmer Arts Academy

URL: http://khmerarts.org/

Description: Khmer Arts is dedicated to fostering the vitality of Cambodian dance and music across borders.

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Subject:   Long Beach, California Khmer art and culture Khmer classical dance

Title: Kids At Risk Cambodia

URL: http://kids-at-risk-cambodia.org/

Description: The exclusive mission of KARC is to identify the unfortunate children living daily at risk thorughout Siem Reap province, Cambodia- the homeless, orphaned, and disabled- and meet their basic needs under safe, adult supervision.

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Subject:   Cambodian charities Children's charities

Title: Kulap Vilaysack

URL: http://kulapvilaysack.com/

Description: Kulap was born in Washington D.C. and raised in Eagan, Minnesota. She is the child of Lao refugees. Her debut documentary, Origin Story, chronicles a road trip into her complicated past to meet her biological father and understand her mother. Vilaysack was also the creator, showrunner and sometimes director of the 4-season semi-scripted comedy series Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ (Seeso). She served as showrunner and co-executive producer of A Legendary Christmas With John & Chrissy (NBC). Kulap also directed the Emily Heller Comedy Special, Ice Thickeners (Comedy Central Digital).

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URL: http://laogolfana.com/index.php

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Title: May Lee-Yang

URL: http://lazyhmongwoman.com/

Description: May Lee-Yang is a Minnesota-based Hmong American writer, performance artist, and teacher. Her work often uses pop culture and humor to interrogate gender, sex, and race. Her theater-based works include The Korean Drama Addict’s Guide to Losing Your Virginity, Confessions of a Lazy Hmong Woman, Ten Reasons Why I’d Be a Bad Porn Star and has been produced through Theater Mu, Illusion Theater, Intermedia Arts, Out North Theater (Anchorage, AK), and The National Asian American Theater Festival (L.A.).

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Title: Legacies of War

URL: http://legaciesofwar.org/

Description: The mission of Legacies of War is to raise awareness about the history of the Vietnam War-era bombing in Laos and advocate for the clearance of unexploded bombs, to provide space for healing the wounds of war, and to create greater hope for a future of peace. Legacies is not a direct service or aid organization. We educate and mobilize the Laotian American and broader U.S. public to help us advocate for increased U.S. funding for clearance, education awareness and victim assistance in Laos.

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Subject:   Lao history Laotian history

Title: Lao Family Community Empowerment

URL: http://lfcempowerment.org/

Description: For more than 25 years, Lao Family has been making the lives of Southeast Asian and refugee families better by providing education, service and advocacy.

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Subject:   Lao organizations Laotian organizations

Title: Love Across the Ocean

URL: http://loveacrosstheocean.org/

Description: LATO's mission is simple: We help impoverished children and their families live a better life through providing basic human needs such as food, clothing, and shelter. We also believe the path to a brighter future is through education. LATO helps provide that education by building and renovating schools, and pairing up students with sponsors who will pay for their schooling costs. While much of our work is in the founder's homeland of Vietnam, LATO also serves refugee families in California as well as providing humanitarian relief in times of great need, like during natural disasters. Founded in 1997 by Leyna Nguyen, an Emmy-Award winning journalist, LATO is changing thousands of lives...one at a time.

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Title: Milwaukee Hmong New Year

URL: http://mkehmongnewyear.com.s3-website.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/

Description: Every first weekend of Decemeber, the Milwaukee Hmong New Year committee hosts a Hmong New Year festival at the Wisconsin State Fair Grounds to celebrate the upcoming year. The festival hosts a variety of entertainment events from singing, dancing and a pageant competition. As well as brings in vendors and people from all over the country to celebrate the upcoming year.

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Subject:   Hmong organizations Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Title: Museum of the Republic of Vietnam

URL: http://museumrvn.com/

Description: The Museum of the Republic of Vietnam opened in the spring of 2016 in Westminster, California. It is the first and only museum in the world dedicated to the history of the Republic of Vietnam and its military. The museum is conveniently located in the heart of the largest community of the Vietnamese diaspora around the world - Little Saigon in Orange County. The mission of the museum is to honor veterans, preserve and study the history of the republic, and educate future generations. The museum exists as a community space open to the public where veterans and their families, students, educators, professionals, and anyone with an interest to discover more about the rich history of the Republic of Vietnam is welcome.

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Subject:   Museums Vietnamese history

Title: Hmong Association of Oregon

URL: http://myplace.frontier.com/~tsavhawj/hmongassociationoforegoninc/

Description: HAO, Inc. was founded in 1999; it is a non profit organization (501C-3). Our goal is to help build relationships within the Hmong Community and to bridge between the Hmong Community to other Communitiers as well and connect to the mainstream. We found this Organization for helping us to connect to the local resources such as Governments, State, Counties, Agencies, Public Assistance, Senior Services, Hospital, Atterny, Law Inforcements, Ligel Acts, Demostict Vailent, Child Support Division, Public School, and etc.. This Organization will be a door steps for us to stay connect to all these resources of services in which we need the most in the community every day.

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Subject:   Hmong organizations Oregon

Title: Project MotiVATe – Mentoring Vietnamese American Teens

URL: http://projectmotivate.org/

Description: Initiated in 1996, Project MotiVATe (formerly Camp for Youth) was developed to meet the needs of Vietnamese-American youth in Orange County. Project MotiVATe offers a culturally relevant mentorship program at no financial cost to families. Through its annual summer camp, personalized mentoring, weekly study halls, and monthly events, Project MotiVATe ensures that all mentees graduate high school and pursue higher education while creating opportunities for personal growth, cultural connectedness and social responsibility.

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Subject:   Vietnamese American organizations Youth organizations

Title: Social Assistance Program for Vietnam

URL: http://sap-vn.org/

Description: Our mission is to improve the quality of life for the poor and the disabled in Vietnam and locally with services mainly in healthcare, education and social welfare.

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Title: San Jose Vietnamese Running Club

URL: http://sjvrc.org/

Description: The SJVRC Organization 501(c)(3) Non-Profit was formed in 2016 to motivate and foster its members a way to develop healthy lifestyles while creating an opportunity to give back to our communities through volunteering and fundraising to support the less fortunate children of Vietnam–Onemile4OneChild – and for communities in the U.S. that are impacted by Covid-19 pandemic.

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Title: Studio Revolt

URL: http://studio-revolt.com

Description: Studio Revolt is an independent artist run media lab that produces films, videos, installations and performance projects in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The media lab serves as a collaborative space for performance artist Anida Yoeu Ali and filmmaker Masahiro Sugano. Through his films, Sugano reconsiders cultural and political norms that have constricted our imagination and dulled our senses. Ali performs unapologetic poems and declarations of the self beyond fixed identities and borders. Together their works open up possibilities for people to exist outside of conventional narratives. Studio Revolt takes it a step further by urging viewers to become participants and stake their claim in this world.

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URL: http://thaoworra.blogspot.com/

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Title: Hmong Institute

URL: http://thehmonginstitute.org/

Description: The Hmong Institute seeks to empower community through educating, preserving, and promoting the Hmong heritage.

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Subject:   Hmong organizations Hmong culture

Title: Thinh Nyugen

URL: http://thinhstudio.com/

Description: Thinh Nguyen is an artist, educator, curator, cultural critic, who works investigate the intersections of cultural values. Utilizing various media, they explores and exposes oppressive sociopolitical power structures within those values. Nguyen performed and exhibited nationally and internationally, most recently at The Mistake Room, The Hammer Museum, REDCAT, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, and Contemporary Irish Art Center Los Angeles. Their work has been written about in Artforum, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Magazine, LA Weekly, Hyperallergic, Artillery Magazine, and numerous online forums.

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Title: Vietnamese American Community of Georgia

URL: http://vac-ga.org/

Description: VAC-GA is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit organization, with the mission to preserve the Asian Culture and empower the community with unity.

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Title: Vietnamese American Community of Greater Kansas City

URL: http://vackc.org/home/index.php

Description: In November 2004, the Vietnamese American Community of Greater Kansas City (VACKC) was officially established to represent all Vietnamese Americans in the City of Kansas City and vicinity. VACKC works to organize and promote various programs throughout the year. The purpose of these programs are to share with the community at large the Vietnamese cultural and heritage.

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Subject:   Vietnamese American organizations Kansas City, Missouri

Title: Vietnamese American High School Alliance

URL: http://vahsa.org/

Description: VAHSA is an alliance of high school VSAs (Vietnamese Student Associations and similar groups) in Los Angeles and Orange County. The vision of the Vietnamese American High School Alliance is to foster and promote activism and leadership in community among high school students, in order to create cultural and political awareness and appreciation.

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Subject:   Vietnamese American organizations Student organizations Orange County, California Los Angeles, California

Title: Vietnamese-American Philharmonic

URL: http://vapso.org/

Description: The Vietnamese- American Philharmonic was founded as a 501(c)(3) non profit organization in June 1994 by a group of Vietnamese-American musicians and music lovers from Orange County, California with the purpose of promoting and maintaining the musical arts, mainly orchestral and chamber music. Since then, VAP has organized the Youth Chamber Orchestra, and the VAP Symphony Orchestra. VAP has sponsored many concerts presenting Vietnamese and Western Classical music.

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Subject:   Vietnamese American organizations Orange County, California

Title: Vien Dong Daily News

URL: http://viendongdaily.com

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Title: Việt Lê

URL: http://vietle.net/home.html

Description: Việt Lê is an artist, writer, and curator. Lê is an Associate Professor in Visual Studies at California College of the Arts (San Francisco | Oakland). He has been published in positions: asia critique; Crab Orchard Review; American Quarterly; Amerasia Journal; Art Journal; and the anthologies Writing from the Perfume River; Strange Cargo; The Spaces Between Us; Modern and Contemporary Southeast Asian Art; among others.

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Title: Vietnamese Refugee Archive

URL: http://vietnamese-archive.org/

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Title: Anida Yoeu Ali

URL: http://www.anidaali.com/

Description: Anida Yoeu Ali (b.1974, Battambang) is an artist whose works span performance, installation, video, images, public encounters, and political agitation. She is a first generation Muslim Khmer woman born in Cambodia and raised in Chicago. After residing for over three decades outside of Cambodia, Ali returned to work in Phnom Penh as part of her 2011 U.S. Fulbright Fellowship. Utilizing an interdisciplinary approach to artmaking, her installation and performance works investigate the artistic, spiritual and political collisions of a hybrid transnational identity.

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Title: Dina Chhan

URL: http://www.artistdina.com/

Description: Dina works in a range of media including painting and sculpture. Themes of life, music and everyday activities have captured the artist’s imagination over the past ten years.Most of her work of late is abstract in nature. Dina Chhan was born in 1984 and currently she works and lives in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

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Title: Ava Do

URL: http://www.ava-do.com/

Description: Immigrating from Vietnam to the US at the age of thirteen, Ava held onto her love of the Vietnamese language and soon after began a literary expression in her mother tongue. She became one of the few Vietnamese American writers who writes and publishes in both Vietnamese and English. In writing circles, Ava is known as Đỗ Lê Anhdao, a bilingual poet, fiction writer, editor and translator.

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Title: Association of Vietnamese Americans

URL: http://www.avaus.org/

Description: The Association of Vietnamese Americans (AVA), formerly known as Maryland Vietnamese Mutual Association (MVMA) is dedicated to advancing the Vietnamese American community in Washington Metropolitan area through direct services, advocacy, and education.

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Subject:   Vietnamese American organizations Silver Spring, Maryland

Title: Cambodian Advocacy Collaborative, Cambodian Advocacy Collaborative - Building Healthy Communities: Long Beach

URL: http://www.bhclongbeach.org/cambodian-advocacy/

Description: The mission of the collaborative is to reduce health disparities and improve community health overall through systemic changes fueled by adult and youth resident engagement, collaboration and resource sharing, and strategic communication about community needs and solutions.

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Subject:   Cambodian-American organizations Long Beach, California

Title: Cambodian Coordinating Council

URL: http://www.cam-cc.org/drupal/

Description: The primary objectives and purposes of Cam-CC are:(a) To provide advocacy for the Cambodian-American community in order to promote the welfare and protect the interests of Cambodians at the City, County, State and Federal levels;(b) To provide community leadership through consensus building activities, needs assessments, and effective programming.

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Subject:   Cambodian-American organizations Long Beach, California

Title: Cambodian American Association of Georgia

URL: http://www.cambodia-ga.org/

Description: CAAG is the machine that drives and moves Cambodian to the forefront on the international stage; to be recognized among other Asian Americans. - Bridging Cultures: Introducing Cambodian culture to mainstream America. - Building Leaders: Mentoring students on important skills to be successful in their future studies & careers. Teaching students and young professionals the importance of community service - Benefiting Communities: Supporting activities and programs that have impact on our communities. Partnering with local communities to provide scholarship funding. The preservation of Cambodian culture heritage thru dance, traditional music and language among young Cambodian-Americans.

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Subject:   Cambodian American organizations Marietta, Georgia

Title: Cambodian Buddhist Society

URL: http://www.cambodian-buddhist.org/index.html

Description: The Cambodian Buddhist Society is the first Cambodian Buddhist temple established in the United States.

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Subject:   Cambodian organizations Buddhism

Title: Khmer Health Advocates

URL: http://www.cambodianhealth.org

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Title: Cambodian Association of America

URL: http://www.cambodianusa.com/

Description: The Cambodian Association of America (CAA) is committed to improving the quality of life in our community by providing linguistically and culturally appropriate social, health, outreach education and employment services to low-income children and families.

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Subject:   Long Beach, California Cambodian-American organizations

Title: Cambodia Town

URL: http://www.cambodiatown.com/

Description: This energetic volunteer organization seeks to revitalize the neighborhood by attracting more businesses, visitors and tourists to the Cambodia Town area.

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Subject:   Long Beach, California Cambodian organizations

Title: Cambodia Town (Long Beach, Calif.) Web Archive

URL: http://www.cambodiatown.org

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Title: Children of Peace International

URL: http://www.childrenofpeace.org/

Description: Children of Peace International (COPI) was founded in 1993. Our primary objective was to provide aid to state-operated orphanages in all of Vietnam. Since then, Children of Peace International has worked with impoverished communities, providing education and healthcare.

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Subject:   NGOs NGOs working in Vietnam

Title: Children's Improvement Organization

URL: http://www.childrensimprovement.org/

Description: CIO is a non profit/non government organization that was created to save the lives of homeless and severely underprivileged children in Cambodia.

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Subject:   Cambodian charities Children's charities

Title: Chrysanthemum Tran

URL: http://www.chrysanthemumtran.com/

Description: Chrysanthemum Tran is a Vietnamese American poet, performer & educator. She is the recipient of a 2019 MacColl Johnson Fellowship from the Rhode Island Foundation.

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Title: Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association of Greater Lowell

URL: http://www.cmaalowell.org/wp/

Description: The Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association is dedicated to improving the quality of life for Cambodian Americans and other minorities and economically disadvantaged persons in Lowell through educational, cultural, economic and social programs.

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Subject:   Cambodian-American organizations Lowell, Massachusetts

Title: Common Ground

URL: http://www.commongroundoc.com/

Description: common ground is organized by progressive Vietnamese American community members, artists, and activists committed to cultivating a positive and safe healing space for artistic growth and community empowerment. The common ground collective builds collaborations across communities and supports the work of social justice spaces.

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Subject:   Vietnamese American organizations Social justice organizations

Title: Richard Streitmatter-Tran

URL: http://www.diacritic.org/

Description: Richard Streitmatter-Tran (b. Trần Trọng Đạt, 1972, Biên Hòa, Vietnam) is an artist living and working in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

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Title: Diasporic Vietnamese Artists Network

URL: http://www.dvan.org/

Description: The Diasporic Vietnamese Artists Network (DVAN)’s primary mission is to promote voices and stories of the Vietnamese diaspora through nurturing writers, poets and artists, and connecting their work to readers, audience, and diasporic communities all over the globe.

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Subject:   Vietnamese organizations Vietnamese diaspora Vietnamese artists

Title: Hai-Dang Phan

URL: http://www.haidangphan.com/

Description: HAI-DANG PHAN was born in Vietnam and grew up in Wisconsin. He is the author of the poetry collection Reenactments (Sarabande, 2019) and the chapbook Small Wars (Convulsive Editions), and is also the translator of Phan Nhiên Hạo’s volume of selected and new poems, Paper Bells (The Song Cave, 2020). His poems and translations have appeared in New England Review, The New Yorker, Poetry, Asymptote, Mekong Review, and Best American Poetry 2016, and have been recognized by a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship, the New England Review's Emerging Writer Award, and the Frederick Bock Prize. He holds a Ph.D. in Literary Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and is a graduate of the M.F.A. Program in Creative Writing at the University of Florida. He currently teaches at Grinnell College, and lives in Iowa City.

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Title: Hmong American Women's Association

URL: http://www.hawamke.org/

Description: HAWA’s mission is to advocate for social justice within the Hmong and Southeast Asian community through collective and inclusive action.

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Subject:   Hmong American organizations Women's organizations

Title: H. Lan Thao Lam

URL: http://www.hlanthaolam.com/main/home.html

Description: H. Lan Thao Lam is Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, in the School of Art, Media, and Technology at Parsons. Born in My Tho, Vietnam, they hold an MFA from California Institute of the Arts, was a Whitney Museum Independent Study fellow, and considers their experiences in refugee camps and housing projects also part of her education.

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Title: Hmong 18 Council

URL: http://www.hmong18council.org/

Description: The council works within the 18 Hmong clans in Minnesota to promote and protect the Hmong culture and community. We work to build community, resolve cultural conflicts and increase community resources.

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Subject:   Hmong organizations Minnesota

Title: Hmong American Friendship Association

URL: http://www.hmongamer.org

Description: Hmong American Friendship Association, commonly referred to as HAFA, is a non-profit organization founded in 1983. HAFA was founded by Hmong refugees to help improve the quality of life for all Hmong refugee families in the Greater Milwaukee area. In our 25 plus years in existence we have grown to serve, not only the Hmong population of Milwaukee, but also the community at large. Our primary goal is to promote self-sufficiency in those we serve by bridging cultural, social and language barriers and identifying resources that meet the needs of those we serve.

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Title: Hmong Cultural Center

URL: http://www.hmongcc.org

Description: Hmong Cultural Center is the primary Hmong and Asian American organization in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area that provides community outreach activities related to multicultural education for the purposes of promoting positive race relations in the Twin Cities community.

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Subject:   Hmong organizations Hmong culture Minnesota

Title: HmongHealth

URL: http://www.hmonghealth.org/default.aspx

Description: The goal of HmongHealth.org and the Hmong Health Education Network is to provide access to health information for Hmong people and those who provide health, education and social services to the Hmong community.

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Title: Hmong Madison

URL: http://www.hmongmadison.com/

Description: Hmong Madison sponsors Hmong cultural events in the city of Madison, Wisconsin.

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Title: Hmong Medical Association

URL: http://www.hmongmedicalassociation.org/

Description: HMA serves as an academic, social, and professional support network for its members, as well as a service organization for the community.

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Subject:   Hmong organizations Business/professional organizations

Title: Hmong Nationalities Organization

URL: http://www.hmongnationalities.org/

Description: Founded in 2011 by the Committee on Hmong Relations, Hmong Nationalities Organization (HNO) serves as a leading entity to Hmong and the general public on issues and policies related to Hmong cultural adaptation, educational advancement, socio-economic development, civic engagements, and community well-being.

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Title: Hmong Today

URL: http://www.hmongtoday.com/

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Title: International Children Assistance Network

URL: http://www.ican2.org/

Description: The International Children Assistance Network (ICAN)'s mission is to engage, inform, and inspire Vietnamese-Americans to raise the next generation of caring leaders through Humanitarian Programs, Culturally Responsive Social Programs, and Community-Based Research.

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Subject:   Vietnamese American organizations Youth organizations

Title: Ket Doan

URL: http://www.ketdoan.org/

Description: Ket Doan is a community based nonprofit 501c(3) organization established to meet the needs of Vietnamese-American young professionals. Our reach extends across many different platforms and our projects provide members with opportunities to engage in our community, and partners nationwide and abroad.

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Title: Friends of Khmer Culture

URL: http://www.khmerculture.net/index.htm

Description: FRIENDS OF KHMER CULTURE, Inc. was established to support Khmer arts and cultural organizations. Our mission is to work with Cambodian institutions to develop projects that are self-sustaining and therefore provide a bridge to future artistic and intellectual independence.

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Subject:   Khmer organizations Khmer culture

Title: Khmer Parent Association

URL: http://www.khmerparent.org/

Description: Khmer Parent Association is a community-based organization whose mission is to produce tomorrow’s leaders of today’s Khmer youth through higher education by providing tutoring, leadership development, scholarships, and health education to youth, women, and families.

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Subject:   Long Beach, California Khmer organizations

Title: Khvay Samnang

URL: http://www.khvaysamnang.com

Description: Khvay Samnang was born in 1982 in Svay Rieng, Cambodia. He graduated from the Painting Department at the Royal University of Fine Art in Phnom Penh, where he lives and works today. Khvay’s multidisciplinary practice offers new views on historic and current events as well as on traditional cultural rituals using humorous symbolic gestures. In his work, which includes all media, he focuses on the humanitarian and ecological impacts of colonialism and globalization. The development of each body of work is based on thorough research and investigation of local specificities, structures and conditions. Traveling is a crucial tool for his practice. Engaging directly and personally with local communities – within and beyond the cultural scene – is an integral part of his work, which makes it highly relevant, critical and connectable to various contemporary discourses. His work shows a remarkable ability to engage with cultural and geographic contexts as well as with spatial and institutional settings.

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Title: Lao American Community Services Chicago

URL: http://www.lacschicago.org/

Description: In 1984, in response to the needs of the community, the Lao American Community Services was established as a mutual assistance association to provide social services to refugees in their plight to rebuild their lives.

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Title: Lana Lin

URL: http://www.lanalin.com/indexa/home.html

Description: Lana Lin is an artist/filmmaker and scholar whose recent work concerns embodied vulnerabilities that emerge at the confluence of race, gender, technology and malignant cell growth. Lin has produced a body of experimental films and videos that interrogate the politics of identity and cultural translation through attention to the formal capacities and historical contingencies of moving image media. For over a decade she has also focused on collaborative multi-disciplinary research-based projects (as Lin + Lam) that examine the construction of history and collective memory.

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Title: Lao Advancement Organization of America

URL: http://www.laoamerica.org/

Description: Lao Advancement Organization of America, Inc. (LAOA) was founded in 1988 by a group of Lao parents concerned with the high rate of crime in the Near North side of Minneapolis and the lack of safe, productive, and culturally appropriate neighborhood activities for children and youth outside of school. The organization received 501(c)(3) nonprofit status in 1991 as Lao Parents and Teachers Association (Lao PTA). By the early 1990s, Lao PTA had begun providing afterschool academic support services for Laotian and other Southeast Asian students. In 1999, Lao PTA purchased a building in North Minneapolis called the Lao Cultural Center (LCC). In 2003, the organization changed its name to Lao Advancement Organization of America, Inc. to reflect its expanded programming that supports a healthy and engaged life for all generations. LAOA primarily serves ethnic Lao families in the seven-county Twin Cities metro area, with most living in Hennepin and Anoka counties. Secondary audiences include ethnic Lao in greater Minnesota and Hmong in North Minneapolis.

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Subject:   Lao organizations Minnesota

Title: Lao Center of Minnesota

URL: http://www.laocentermn.org/

Description: The mission of the Lao Assistance Center of Minnesota (LACM) is to increase the capacity of the Lao-American population in Minnesota by responding to community-identified needs with programs and services that promote the well-being of families and children. The primary thread of our programs is retaining the rich cultural heritage of the Lao community.

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Subject:   Lao organizations Laotian organizations Lao American organizations Minnesota

Title: Lao American Writers Summit

URL: http://www.laowriters.org/

Description: The mission of the Lao American Writers Summit is to provide support for Lao American writers, both emerging and established.

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Title: Laotian American Society

URL: http://www.lasga.org/

Description: The goal of the Laotian American Society is to promote the cultural awareness of the Laotian American community.

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Subject:   Laotian American organizations Lao American organizations

Title: Lao Hmong Family Association of San Diego

URL: http://www.lhfasd.org/

Description: The mission of the Lao Hmong Family Association of San Diego (LHFA) is to preserve Hmong arts and cultural heritage, and at the same time to enhance the quality of life for the Hmong people by promoting higher education and social services.

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Subject:   San Diego, California Hmong organizations

Title: Library of Viet Nam Project

URL: http://www.libraryofvietnam.com/

Description: Together with the Vietnamese people and you, we hope to build libraries throughout Vietnam, creating a vibrant system of book exchanges, computer hardware and software, educational programs - on land mine and unexplored bomb safety awareness, medical and legal education, career days in medicine, and countless other fields. We also maintain and enhance the holdings and services of each library, and provide operational support for the librarians, local schools, community and goverment officials engaged with us in this international endeavor.

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Subject:   NGOs NGOs working in Vietnam

Title: Lin + Lam

URL: http://www.linpluslam.com/index/home.html

Description: A collaborative multi-disciplinary research-based project that examines the construction of history and collective memory.

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Title: Ly Hoàng Ly

URL: http://www.lyhoangly.com/

Description: Ly Hoàng Ly (born 1975 in Hanoi, now based in Ho Chi Minh City) is a Vietnamese visual artist, poet, and editor. Ly graduated from the Ho Chi Minh City University of Fine Arts in 1999, received a Fulbright Scholarship in 2011 and earned her MFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), majoring in Sculpture in 2013. She spent a year from 2013 to 2014 interning at the Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (JFABC, SAIC). Ly Hoàng Ly practices in a multidisciplinary manner, spanning across poetry, painting, video, performance art, installation, and public art. Her art raises questions about the general human conditions, the critical states of society, and our shared issues of migration and immigration. It speaks not only on a personal level, but also on a global scale, and of larger things: of (mis)understandings and (mis)placement, of (trans)forming identity and being rootless, of adaptation and acceptance, of division and union, and of being human.

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Title: Mekong Community Center

URL: http://www.mekongcommunity.org/

Description: The Mekong Community Center is a non-profit organization that was established in 1989 with the sole goal of empowering and supporting America's largest Vietnamese community. We are proudly America's first Vietnamese community center that is commited to providing out-patient behavioral health services to help our clients and their families adjust to everyday life and reach their true potential.

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Subject:   Vietnamese organizations San Jose, California

Title: MilkCare Foundation

URL: http://www.milkcare.org/

Description: Established in 2000, MilkCare Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization run by volunteers, who donate their support through time and monetary contributions, to serve abandoned and underprivileged children in Vietnam.

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Subject:   NGOs NGOs working in Vietnam

Title: Monica Sok

URL: http://www.monicasok.com/

Description: Monica Sok is a Cambodian American poet and the daughter of former refugees. She is the author of A Nail the Evening Hangs On (Copper Canyon Press, 2020). Her work has been recognized with a "Discovery" Prize from 92Y. She has received fellowships and residencies from Poetry Society of America, Hedgebrook, Elizabeth George Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, Kundiman, Jerome Foundation, MacDowell Colony, Saltonstall Foundation, and others. Sok is a Jones Lecturer at Stanford University and has taught poetry to Southeast Asian youths at Banteay Srei and the Center for Empowering Refugees and Immigrants in Oakland, California. She is originally from Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

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Title: National Cambodian American Organization

URL: http://www.nationalcao.org/

Description: As a non-profit national organization, NCAO aims to: 1. Serve as a central, coordinating body for the Cambodian American community, and a platform for articulating a national Cambodian American voice; 2. Advance public policy and awareness, research, and advocacy on critical issues pertinent to the Cambodian American community; 3. Provide assistance and support to the Cambodian American community in areas such as leadership and organizational development, and fundraising; 4. Build critical alliances and partnerships with Cambodian and non- Cambodian groups and organizations for the advancement of our community’s interests.

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Subject:   Cambodian American organizations Cambodian organizations

Title: National Conference of Vietnamese American Attorneys

URL: http://www.ncvaa.org/

Description: In 2010, a group of Vietnamese American attorneys set out to create the first-ever national Vietnamese American bar association. We envisioned an organization that would unite and serve our membership not just to enable networking, but to enrich our communities. Out of this early commitment, the National Conference of Vietnamese American Attorneys (NCVAA) was born.

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Subject:   Vietnamese American organizations Business/professional organizations

Title: Nguoi Viet News

URL: http://www.nguoi-viet.com/

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Title: Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai

URL: http://www.nguyenphanquemai.com/

Description: Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai (pronounced ŋwiən fα:n kwe mai) is the author of eleven books of fiction, poetry and non-fiction in Vietnamese and English. She is also the translator of seven books, published in Việt Nam and the United States.

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Title: National Organization for Vietnamese American Leadership of Greater Washington, D.C.

URL: http://www.novaldc.org/

Description: The National Organization for Vietnamese American Leadership of Greater Washington, DC (NOVAL-DC) is a service-based nonprofit organization with a mission to build sustainable leadership in the Vietnamese American community and preserve the Vietnamese cultural heritage. We seek to elevate the Vietnamese American community by developing the next generation of leaders and promoting greater awareness of our community and culture to the American mainstream. We are comprised of professionals and college students who are passionate and committed towards advancing the well-being of the Vietnamese American community.

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Subject:   Vietnamese American organizations Washington, D.C.

Title: Patricia Nguyen

URL: http://www.patricianguyen.info/

Description: Patricia Nguyen is an artist, educator, and scholar born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. She is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor in Asian American Studies at Northwestern University, where she received her Ph.D. in Performance Studies. She is also a Paul and Daisy Soros Fellow for New Americans. Her research and performance work examines critical refugee studies, political economy, forced migration, oral histories, inherited trauma, torture, and nation building in the United States and Vietnam. She has published work in Women Studies Quarterly, Harvard Kennedy School's Asian American Policy Review, and The Methuen Drama Anthology of Modern Asian Plays edited by Siyuan Liu and Kevin J. Wetmore, Jr.

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Title: Phuong T. Vuong

URL: http://www.phuongthaovuong.com/

Description: Phuong T. Vuong is a writer, scholar, educator, and sometimes artist. She is interested in speaking to and calling out the silences in the Vietnamese/ American and Asian/ American experience. She longs to celebrate and cultivate power as much as shed light on dark secrets. If tradition teaches us to never overturn graves, Phuong believes artists can dig into darkness and find much-needed truths, becoming familiar with our ghosts. This includes but is not limited to writing about love, sex, war, trauma, race, and other topics. As a 1.5 generation immigrant, born in Viet Nam, she writes about diaspora—experiences in Asia as well as at home in Oakland, California and the U.S. She examines how to hold multiple identities without being torn asunder. By using multiple languages and slips in time and meaning, she interrogates the ways language fails and supports us. She hopes to complicate fixed ideas of culture and identity and to question the underlying norms of the English language and Western thought. By sharing truths and lies, she hopes to humanize her communities and interrogate oppressive systems.

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Title: Project Motivate Web Archive

URL: http://www.projectmotivate.org

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