May 25, 2015
In Arlington National Cemetery, the event is being hosted by the Center for Public Policy Analysis, Lao Veterans of America, Inc., U.S. Department of Defense, Arlington National Cemetery, U.S. Army, Air Force, Marine Corps and Members of Congress.
May 24, 2015
Mr. Pang Mang Thao, President, of the Minnesota Lao Veterans, spoke at the 40th anniversary wreath-laying ceremony at the Vietnam War Memorial, and Arlington National Cemetery, to honor Lao- and Hmong-American veterans and their U.S. advisers.
May 24, 2015
Lao- and Hmong-American Veterans of the Vietnam War in Laos Will Hold A Ceremony at Arlington Cemetery Mourning the 40th Anniversary of the Fall of the Royal Kingdom of Laos: Remarks of Richard Xiong, Lao Veterans of America Institute, of Fresno, CA.
May 22, 2015
Lao- and Hmong-American veterans are in Washington, DC, and Arlington National Cemetery, to mourn the fall of the Kingdom of Laos 40 years ago and the refugee exodus from the joint CIA, Air America, and Hmong headquarters at Long Chieng (Long Tieng).
Jan 22, 2015
CPPA: Laos, Hmong NGO Coalition Appeals to United Nations Human Rights Council to Sanction Lao Government Over Egregious Human Rights Violations
Jan 26, 2014
Hmong, Laos Human Rights Advocate Honored With Medal of the Order of Australia
May 18, 2012
Event speakers are highlighting the importance of legislation (H.R. 3192), introduced by U.S. Congressmen Jim Costa (D-CA), and Frank Wolf (R-VA), to grant burial benefits to Lao and Hmong-American veterans at U.S. national cemeteries.
May 14, 2012
“Today, we have come from across the United States to pay tribute and remember our fallen soldiers who have died to secure the freedom that we all enjoy today,” said Colonel Wangyee Vang, President of the Lao Veterans of America Institute.
Apr 04, 2012
The U.S. Congress is advancing legislation in the House of Representatives that seeks to grant burial honors to Lao and Hmong-American veterans of the Vietnam War in Laos, according to the Washington, DC-based Center for Public Policy Analysis.
Jan 28, 2011
The Washington, D.C.-based Center for Public Policy Analysis is calling on Egyptian President Mubarak to immediately and unconditionally restore unfettered internet use to Egypt and allow independent journalists access to the nation's crisis.