Genocide Remembrance Day - April 17th


As Cambodian Americans we have faced many challenges and opportunities to progress in the American culture. But prior to all the opportunities there was quite the dark chapter.

Moving forward as April 17th holds true significance to the Cambodian community, it also reminds those who witnessed the tragedy of the Khmer Rouge of the major strides they have accomplished since then around the world. Most recently in the cities of Stockton, California, Long Beach, California, Chicago, Illinois and Tacoma, Washington  communities gathered for a candlelight vigil in honor of the victims of the tragic genocide of the Khmer Rouge.

Read more here about the vigil held in Stockton, California on April 17th, 2017 credits to the  

Other participants in Stockton include Khmer Space and the United Cambodian American Network.


Thank you all for all that you do,

Khmer Ninjas

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