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Hmong Farmers Drive Local Food Economy in Minnesota


Hmong Farmers Drive Local Food Economy in Minnesota
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In Minnesota, Hmong farmers have banded together to make a better living. Originally from China, the Hmong are an Asian ethnic group that migrated to Vietnam and Laos in the 18th century. But they have never had a country of their own. After the Vietnam War ended, many resettled in the U.S. and now, decades later, Hmong farmers are at the center of a local food economy in Minnesota. VOA's June Soh has more in this report narrated by Carol Pearson.

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