Hmong Heritage Preservation Committee’s Public Meeting on September 25, 2015

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SUAB HMONG NEWS — Hmong Heritage Preservation Committee (HHPC) will be held a public meeting at the Hmong Village Shopping Center in St. Paul, Minnesota on September 25, 2015 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. to discuss the issues at the 2015 Hmong July 4th event and the latest development at Lao Family Community of Minnesota.
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a0CLICK HERE to watch Suab Hmong News exclusive interview Thaying Her, Chair of HHPC, on the upcoming HHPC’s public meeting.

CORRECTION: On the title of the video, “Thaj Yeej Hawj” should be “Thaj Yeeb Hawj”. It was our typo.

Thaying Her said the main topics will be discussed at the upcoming meeting included Lao Family Community’s building, Issues at the 2015 Hmong July 4th, Who were the ownership of the Hmong July 4th and Hmong New Year event, and the corruption of the LFC and LFF boards and trustees.

“This meeting is very important because there are many issues that make the Hmong community do not trust each other… we need everyone to come together to discuss and to try to solve these issues… Also the ones that involved the issues at the 2015 Hmong July 4th will come and talk about the issues they were facing as well…” said Thaying Her.

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