Original press post appeared on Boston Orange. ACE Next Gen's Women's Initiative event, Women Running Businesses in Fashion event on May 16, 2019 in Boston at 9Tailors. The event got press featured in the Boston Orange. At the event, attendees had real conversations...
Elizabeth Yang joins fashion designer powerhouse, Melina Nmili, founder of Lalla Bee, in the SOLD OUT Diversity on the Runway show on June 13, 2019.
Elizabeth Yang’s journey to unite Hmong women across the globe started with a heartbreaking talk with her 7-year-old daughter. It was bedtime and they were talking about their day. “And for some reason, I happened to ask her if she told her friends at school that her Hmong name was Nouchi because she was very adamant that at school I call her Evelyn,” Yang said of that conversation last fall.
Elizabeth Yang and her daughter Evelyn Nouchi Vang, wearing scarves that can be purchased at the online shop. Photo by Elizabeth Yang. Elizabeth Yang’s seven-year-old daughter just wanted her friends at school to think she was Asian, not Hmong.
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Learn about Design Thinking and how to read and write Hmong and Pen Pal with Hmong women from around the world. Together, you’ll co-create and contribute to Hmong Women Take on the World’s 2019 Summit.
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