First Hmong Senator in the United States speaks at University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee

SUAB HMONG NEWS (07/20/2016) – Mee Moua, the first Hmong Senator in the United States, spoke to an audience who representing voting in Wisconsin at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee on July 18, 2016.
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“Tonight, we invited Senator Mee Moua who is now leading Asian American Justice Center in Washington D.C. to talk about how we, Asian American, to get our voice heard in Wisconsin” said Dr. Chia Youyee Vang, Event Coordinator.
Mee Moua is calling Hmong to get out and vote to have voice.  
“We came and live in a country that is the best in the world… there are many people from around the world that they wanted to come and live in this country and they cannot but we are here… get your citizenship, go out and vote, and be the owner of this land to be worth it from our path of life that originally from China to Laos and Laos to this country” said Mee Moua.
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Mee Moua said she is very proud how Hmong are doing after 40 years in the United States but Hmong needs to exercise more positive role models for younger generation.  
“Hmong like to talk about negative things more than positive things… The negative things affect our children’s perspective and make other communities believed that Hmong are bad… I would like to see Hmong leaders or/and the head of households talk about education; how many diploma, doctoral, lawyer degrees Hmong have and talk positive rather than negative things during events… This will lead to positive image for our Hmong community” said Mee Moua.
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