Ler Kpaw was born in the Karen State, Burma in 2000. He and his family lived in the Mae La Oo refugee camp in Thailand. In 2011, his family resettled in the United States. He lives in St. Paul, MN and is a student at Washington Technology Magnet School.
Lway Gay Moo was born in Burma in 1997 while her family was on the run from Burmese soldiers. After another outbreak of violence, her family fled the Karen State for a Thai refugee camp in 1998. She and her family came to the United States on August 22,…
Htoo Ler Moo was born in Burma in 1999. When he was a little over a year old his family fled to Thailand after Burmese soldiers attacked their village. He later moved to the United States and is a student at Washington High School in St. Paul, MN.
Eh Ka Pu Moo was born in Burma in 1999. She moved to Thailand when she was two and went to school in a refugee camp. Her family later resettled in the United States and she is a student at Washington High School in St. Paul, MN.
Ta Nay Gay was born in Burma. Her family faced restrictions and violence from the Burmese military because they are Karen. Her family left the country for Thailaind in 2006, where they lived in a refugee camp until 2012, when they were resettled in…
Nathan Thin was born in Burma in 1991, and his family left the country in 1992. They left Thailand in 2008 and moved to Arizona in the United States. They moved to Minnesota in 2009. He is a student at Century College studying art.
Mu Klu Paw was born in the Karen State, Burma, in 1989. Her family was forced to flee their village when she was very young, and she grew up in Thailand, where she attended high school and college. She came to the United States on May 15, 2014.
Ahmay Ya was born in Burma in 1987. Her father is a well-known Karen activist, and Ahmay was forced to hide her true identity while growing up. During her final year of university, the Burmese government discovered the truth and she was forced to flee…
Aye Mi San was born in the Karen state of Burma. She has two children, a daughter and a son. She arrived in the United States in December 2015. She currently lives in St. Paul and is a student at the Hubbs Center in St. Paul, MN.
Paw Mu Sie was born in Thay Baw Boe, a Karen village in Burma. In 1997, her family moved a Thai refugee camp, Nu Poe, where she went to school. Paw and her family came to the United States on January 28, 2012.