Hmong Cultural Center
Hmong Cultural Center uses art, education, and remembrance to promote positive race relations in the Twin Cities community. We are the only non-profit in Minnesota that focuses on sustaining and teaching about Hmong culture through multicultural education and cultural arts programs.
Hmong Cultural Center celebrates and nourishes Hmong culture by teaching music, dance and ceremonial arts. We support new immigrants and refugees through free language courses, employment services, and citizenship classes. Our exhibits, outreach seminars, and online classes about Hmong history and culture elevate individuals to become culturally aware members of the community. We host the Hmong Resource Center Library, the site of the most comprehensive collection of Hmong-related literature in North America.
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Executive Director: Txongpao Lee
Hmong Cultural Center is currently the only Hmong organization and one of just a few Asian organizations in Minnesota to "Meet the Standards" of the Minnesota Charities Review Council. Click the CRC logo to read the report.
"'Hmong Minnesota: Yesterday and Today' Will be Permanent Exhibit at the Hmong Cultural Center" Minnesota Post, January 21, 2016.
A historical archive of photos from the history of the Hmong Cultural Center is now part of Minnesota Reflections of the Minnesota Digital Library. Click on the image to view photos from the HCC Archives.
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