Hmong Nationalities Organization Kicks off its Annual Convention


SUAB HMONG NEWS – Hmong Nationalities Organization (HNO) or in Hmong “Koom Txoos Haiv Hmoob” Kicked off its annual convention on March 27, 2015 in St. Paul, Minnesota.

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The following information taken from HNO’s website:

Hmong Nationalities Organization, Inc. (HNO) is a national non-profit 501(C)(3) organization dedicated to advancing Hmong identity, progress, and prosperity. Established in 2011, HNO serves as a leading entity to the Hmong community and the general public on issues and policies related to cultural heritage, educational advancement, socio-economic opportunities, community development, and civic engagements of Hmong people in the United States and worldwide.


HNO believes that Hmong people must affirm faith in our nationalities, heritage, and common identity and work to grow capacity, vitality, security, and prosperity.

We must promote access and opportunities and rise above cultural, socio-economic, educational, and political barriers
1. to meet our people’s need and challenges;
2. to promote our identity and culture;
3. to invest in our progress and prosperity; and
4. to advance our collective best interest.

In the aspiration to strengthen the foundation and well-being of Hmong people, HNO must focus on educational achievement, cultural and historical preservation, socio-economic opportunities and prosperity, community development, and civic engagement.

In the effort to promote our vision and mission, HNO will strive
1. to serve as a policy center for the Hmong people;
2. to develop Hmong life within local, regional, and international environments;
3. to support Hmong people in civic engagement and social participation; and
4. to preserve Hmong nationalities, history, language, culture, traditions, religious beliefs, and social customs.
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As a community-supported organization, HNO
1. will respect its members’ rights, privileges, contributions, access, and treatment without discrimination contrary to the bylaws;
2. will exercise loyalty, good judgment, integrity, and candor in its work;
3. will provide resource to help Hmong people; and
4. will collaborate with others to improve the lives and socio-economic condition of the Hmong community.

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