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Experience the culture

February 17, 2022 stsstimes

By Nicole Davis Chin National Day is a way to honor the Chin culture, literature, customs and history. This year, there is an even greater calling for increased nationalism, unity and democracy for the country […]

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‘A show of solidarity’

February 25, 2021 SST

By Natalie Hoefer Archdiocese of Indianapolis On Feb. 1, Myanmar refugee and Indianapolis resident Paul Hnin scrolled through news articles online when a headline seized him with shock and fear: the Myanmar military had overthrown the […]

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‘A part of the community’

July 16, 2020 SST

By Nancy Price In the past 20 years, 70,000 refugees from the Chin state of Mynmar (Burma) have flocked to the United States to escape religious persecution and forced labor. Around 20,000 of those immigrants […]

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Mission of Grace

July 11, 2019 SST

By Stephanie Dolan St. Mark’s Catholic Church and School sits on the southeast corner of U.S. 31 and Edgewood Avenue. It’s a staple in its community, and the school is headed by principal Rusty Albertson. […]

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Southside community celebrates Chin National Day

February 14, 2019 SST

By Nancy Price The Chin Community of Indiana is hosting their 71st annual Chin National Day celebration this Saturday, Feb. 16. The event will feature traditional Chin traditions, including a fashion show, food, a variety […]