(S3.E15.) Special Interview with Sai Lee from the Hmong Cultural Center
Special Interview with Sai Lee of the Hmong Cultural Center. Welcome to another episode of Then and Now: World History Since 1500. You can subscribe to the podcast series by clicking on the button in the right hand column. You can also listen to just this episode by clicking on the following web link, Download file
This interview of Sai Lee of the Hmong Cultural Center in St. Paul, MN tells about the mission and work of this important organization. In addition to meeting the cultural and education needs of Hmong people, it is also a center for activities for others in the community to learn about and interact with Hmong cultural traditions. The Hmong people are a large community of immigrants to the U.S. Minnesota is home to the second largest number of Hmong in the U.S.
We hope that this interview also encourages you to record conversations with your own family members. It is a wonderful way to preserve their history and their voice. You can treasure these recordings for yourself as well as share them with other family members and your own children and grandchildren.
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