Bringing together Lao Americans in continuing their cultural legacy through storytelling and the arts. Take off your shoes and join us.

 

The trauma of war isn't easy to talk about, but in hiding it, that history becomes forgotten, misunderstood. For future generations, this turns into questions about their identities, not knowing what to ask and whom to seek those answers from.

We believe the arts is that link to initiating dialogue.

Our story

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It started with one Lao artist meeting another Lao artist. Then another, and another, until we realized we were all telling similar stories, reflecting on our culture and community. Although recognized by the arts world, the work had not actively sought to engage the very people who inspired it. Until now.

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Their Story

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These are LITH volunteers, their parents, siblings and children - all the people they couldn't imagine having lived a life without. They too, crossed rivers, broke curfew, entered foreign borders, traveled without documents, falsified names, and silenced their voices for the chance at freedom, and a future - for us.

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Your Story

 

We'd like to hear from you! We're looking for anything and everything - all stories are welcomed. To submit, just send a picture with as few or many words to describe who, when, where and what's happening. If you're not sure, feel free to get in touch with us and we'll help you out.

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 It’s that time of year again… oodles and oodles of Lao noodles in hot, steamy, soup. Hungry yet?

It’s that time of year again… oodles and oodles of Lao noodles in hot, steamy, soup. Hungry yet?

 Our classic Black & Gold tee back in stock, now in white and youth sizes!

Our classic Black & Gold tee back in stock, now in white and youth sizes!

 "Mommy Loves Grasshoppers!" book available for pre-order now!

"Mommy Loves Grasshoppers!" book available for pre-order now!

 Four Lao Americans enter a film festival…

Four Lao Americans enter a film festival…