Kaw Thoo Lei Day
The event was organized by some of the Karen students and took place at St. Cloud University, Minnesota.
Kaw Thoo Lei Day exists to celebrate Karen culture, raise awareness of the Karen people cuase and struggles.
A protest in front of the Burmese military building in Washington DC
On February 6th of 2021, a group of more than 60 people from several different states have joined together to protest for the human right violations currently occurred in Northern Karen State and the military coup in Myanmar.
Karen Organization of America
holds it annual year end conference each year by the month of September. The purpose of our annual year end conference is to discuss strategic planning, prior year summary reports, financial statements,future events/activities, and etc..
Annual year-end Conference
Another program developed by our Youth and Education department to reach out to schools and under-privileged students in Karen State whose under financial hardship and other difficulties in pursuing their educational careers.
Karen Organization of America promotes solidarity, community well-being, and cooperation among Karen America communities across the United States by doing community out-reach, strategic planning, and consultation to develop relationships between the leaders.
Youth Forum/ Advocacy Training
The annual youth seminar conducted by Karen Organization of America to provide advocacy training and proper educations for Karen youngsters to have the knowledge to advocate for their community rights/ human rights at local and national levels.
The ultimate competitive sporting event hosted by Karen Organization of America annually to promote community engagement, connect youth/ individuals with sports enthusiasm, and create a safe enviroment for the community.
The Conferences held by karen organization of America in certain region of the United States to form unity, relationship, and connection with the leaders in the areas in order to manage and expand our operations.
Karen New Year Celebration
A highly decorated / a traditional day celebrated on or around January 1st by Karen people all over the world in recognition of a cultural and traditional believe which has been passed down by our ancestors for generations to come.