Nearly every Friday, Cindy Yang and LyLy Vang-Yang would commiserate over lunch about the space Hmong women take up in politics. They have a lot in common. Both are second-generation Hmong women under 30 who became progressive operatives despite expectations they would get well-paying corporate jobs, marry, ...
Hmong Women Disrupt: Rebelling against identity politics on St. Paul's East Side
- by Susan Du
- October 30, 2019
- 1 min read