This page is put together with a list of resources for the Hmongs and Native Americans. We hope that you find this page helpful. Please feel free to contact us if you’d like to add something to the list.
Coming soon! Alaskan Natives, Siberian Natives and South Americas.
The PATA Foundation is a natural extension of PATA’s dedication to the principles of conservation, which are part of the Association’s charter. When the concept of a charitable foundation was first proposed at the 33rd PATA Annual Conference in 1984, there was unanimous member approval.
The www.HmongEmbroidery.org project was made possible through the generous support of the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Asian Pacific Endowment of the Saint Paul Foundation. Without these funders, this project would not have come together.
This radio station broadcasts news, talk shows, and entertainment for listeners of all ages, 24 hours 7 days a week. Tune in to listen and learn more about the Hmong culture and what the Hmong people are doing in Wisconsin and around the world.
A member driven organization, the Chamber is dedicated to create opportunities and to cultivate relationships in the endeavor to promote the growth and success of each member business.
This website is the home of the peer reviewed Hmong Studies Journal, the most authoritative and widely cited academic journal with a focus on Hmong Studies.
Where Collecting and Preserving Hmong Heritage Is A Thing of The Future
To facilitate and promote the success of Hmong Americans in Minnesota, while also recognizing and supporting other immigrant and refugee populations
This website is also a source of comprehensive bibliographic information about studies of Hmong history, culture, and adaptation in diasporic communities around the world.
This website has existed since October 2001 and has received a 5 star rating of “Essential” Scholarly Usefulness from the Asian Studies WWW Monitor website.
The mission of the Hmong Times is to publish a quality newspaper for the Hmong Community.
Many Hmong families have enthusiastically continued artistic traditions that have been passed down from generation to generation.
Hmong International Human Rights Watch (HIHRW) is a non-partisan, non-political, not-for-profit organization whose sole existence is to bring human rights to the Hmong people worldwide.
Native American Resources
This is what A.I.R Policy Center is about – helping Native Americans to help themselves.
This place is designed to provide students and others interested in the fields of archaeology, anthropology, and ancient civilizations a resource for homework help, lesson plans, or other research projects.
The Journal of American Indian Education (JAIE) is a professional journal that publishes papers directly related to the education of American Indian/Alaska Natives.
Minnesota State University, Mankato is where tireless thought and innovative research bring real solutions to real needs.
The National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA), established in 1985, is a non-profit organization of 184 Indian Nations with other non-voting associate members representing organizations, tribes and businesses engaged in tribal gaming enterprises from around the country.
NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY & CULTURE
Native Peoples magazine is the first and the largest, paid-circulation, consumer magazine devoted to the arts and cultures of the Indigenous peoples of the Americas.
Oklahoma’s only independent newspaper that serves all of Oklahoma’s federally-recognized Indian Nations.
NativeWeb is an international, nonprofit, educational organization dedicated to using telecommunications including computer technology and the Internet to disseminate information from and about indigenous nations, peoples, and organizations around the world; to foster communication between native and non-native peoples; to conduct research involving indigenous peoples’ usage of technology and the Internet; and to provide resources, mentoring, and services to facilitate indigenous peoples’ use of this technology.
The President addresses leaders from more than 500 federally recognized tribes and reaffirms his Administration’s intent to forge a stronger, more equitable partnership with tribal nations.
Remarks by the President During the Opening of the Tribal Nations Conference & Interactive Discussion with Tribal Leaders
This guide provides links to the most useful databases and electronic and print resources for researching the history of Native Americans.
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