A couple dozen people, mostly women spanning multiple generations, filled the hall during a very rainy day in April at the Hmong Organizing for Progress and Empowerment (H.O.P.E.) Center in North Sacramento. https://actaonline.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/06/P1022095.mp4 Lu Lee’s daughter Chue describes the traditional piece made by Lu’s sister so that…
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