Beginning late last month, the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, which is now administered by the Ministry of Culture, began a multi-year project to conserve 3,000 to 5,000 cloth artifacts, funded with a $55,000 grant from the U.S. government.
Lowell, which has almost a majority of minorities and a history of all-white governing bodies, elected Cambodian- Americans to City Council and school board, which now has its first-ever minority member
On the eve of elections for city council and school committee, a judge clears the way for Lowell and minority residents to face off in court over voting rights.
Some claim the city violates their voting rights by adhering to a winner-take-all electoral system that is silencing minorities, which make up almost half the population
In what was once expected to be the year when voters in Lowell, Massachusetts, voted a Cambodian-American from onto the City Council, most voters care more about high school’s fate
More than 49 percent of the people of Lowell came from other countries or are members of racial minorities.
Khemarey Khoeun, who won a hotly contested April vote, is to be sworn in as a park district commissioner in Skokie, Illinois, on May 16
In new radio documentary, Greg Barron explores experiences of Cambodians who fled Pol Pot, decades after they, and he, spent time in Thai refugee camps.
Extreme hardship found in case of Ched Nin, who faced removal to Cambodia
Extreme hardship found in case of Ched Nin, who faced removal to Cambodia.
Advocates for eight Minnesota men who have served their time for criminal convictions say a 1996 antiterrorism law fails to recognize effects of the Khmer Rouge genocide on refugee families.