Hmong Cultural Center
Hmong Cultural Center uses art and education 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.
HCC's Mission is to promote the personal development of children, youth, and adults through education while providing resources that enhance cross-cultural awareness between Hmong and non-Hmong.
Hmong Cultural Center celebrates and nourishes Hmong culture by teaching music, dance and ceremonial arts. We support new immigrants and refugees through free English classes, employment services, and citizenship classes. Our museum-quality interactive 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.
Read our 2020 annual report here.
Learn more about HCC or visit us.
Hmong Cultural Center's offices are physically accessible to the general public and employees. A wheel-chair accessible elevator provides access to the center's second floor offices with access available from the back parking lot of the building. Visitors should inform staff ahead of time and HCC can provide access to the elevator.
375 University Avenue West
Saint Paul, MN 55103
Executive Director: Txongpao Lee
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our offices are temporarily closed. If you have any questions, please call our field office number: 651-917-9937 from 10am-5pm, Monday-Friday. We apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you.
Vim hais tias muaj tus kab mob COVID-19 tshwm sim, peb tsis qhib qhov rooj tam sim no. Yog hais tias koj muaj lus nug dab tsi no los, thov hu tuaj rau peb tus xov tooj ntawm tes: 651-917-9937 qhib thaum 10am-5pm hnub Monday-Friday. Thov txim yog hais tias peb ua tsis tau raws nej lis lub siab xav. Ua tsaug."
Greening Frogtown. November-December 2018.
Hmong Cultural Center Qeej Group Collaborates with Greater Twin Cities Youth Orchestra. March 3, 2018.
Hmong Cultural Center 25th Anniversary. December 13, 2017.
What's New at Hmong Cultural Center of Minnesota?
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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