Unforgotten: The legacy begins Inspiring, motivating, insightful, awesome and nostalgic are just a few words used by the participants of the first showing of Unforgotten, a project hosted by Hmong Museum in partnership with Veterans of the Special Guerrilla Unit. This project seeked to help give the tools of video making to participants in order […]
What is the Unforgotten Project?It is a project that strives to capture the unforgotten stories of Hmong veterans by pairing a participant with a Secret Guerrilla Unit (SGU) veteran and teaching them technical skills to capture their stories in video form. This week’s feature Unforgotten Project participant is Bao Moua. Bao is a Hmong-American woman […]
The Unforgotten Project was designed to foster intergenerational relationship building through storytelling. It pairs young individuals with Secret Guerrilla Unit (SGU) Veterans to learn their untold stories. Hmong Museum along with filmmaker, Hlee Lee, led the workshops to teach the young individuals the necessary skills to capture and bring to life each Veteran’s story.
Many children of refugees who arrived in the 1970s to 1980s took on the reverse role of a parent. One of the many tasks that I remember growing up was reading legal documents and explaining it to my parents, filling out forms, interpreting at parent/child conferences at school, and talking to other adults on the […]
Project Paj Ntaub is a monthly 3-hour workshop where you learn one of the two traditional paj ntaub skills: cross-stitch and applique.