Hmong Youth Summit

screen-shot-2016-10-17-at-10-24-27-amMinnesota has a very large Hmong community. Today there are more than 66,000 Hmong people living here in Minnesota, and many of those people live here in St. Paul. Because of this, Johnson High School wants to invite all Hmong youth students to their Hmong Youth Summit to come and learn more about their culture.

On Thursday, October 20, Johnson High School, located on 1349 Arcade St., Paul, MN 55106, will be holding an event that goes from 8am to 4pm, and it’s free to all students. This event will include free breakfast and lunch. They will also be showing a movie, named 1985, that is based off of the lives of those Hmong people who had traveled after the war.

There will also be workshops going on throughout the day, where each workshop is there to help the Hmong youth learn new things about their culture. This is to help the youth find out who they are, and to also meet new people from different schools.

This event is one that you will have to register for so if you want to be able to attend you need to register at


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