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Genocide educators tour the Khmer museum

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These teachers came to tour our museum as part of the University of Minnesota Center for Genocide and Holocaust Studies with questions about the Khmer people. They left with a renewed sense of the definition of Cambodian culture, language, arts, and history.   Share This:

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African American Registry Meets Khmer History

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This man said, “There is no love without respect.” YEP, he’s correct, that’s why we are working to earn the respect from the International Community. His name is Benjamin and he is the Executive Director of the African American Registry. He paid a surprise visit to inquire about connecting the African community with the history […]

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Empowering the future without forgetting the past!

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Thank you Voice Of America ( VOA ) for visiting IKARE and giving us the opportunity to showcase our work of empowering the Khmer genocide survivors through the promotion of role models from the past, present, and future.  Great story and video here:   https://khmer.voanews.com/a/cambodian-american-organization-brings-in-artists-to-showcase-khmer-arts-in-us/4984919.html?fbclid=IwAR3m1p-GiUfPfxLHv4DW3_65hRF4OefTwOzPgQLo-GGU7r_ZPLpsMTzq3ps Share This: