AK Connection
Since 2000, AK Connection has served as a resource for Adult Korean Adoptees in Minnesota by providing relevant information and building a supportive community. AK Connection Hosts educational, cultural, and social events or activities to foster friendship, networking, and support for the various needs and interests in our community.

Asian Media Access
2418 Plymouth Ave. N
Minneapolis, MN 55411
Tel: (612) 376-7715
Asian Media Access is a non-profit organization dedicated to using media arts as a tool for social betterment. Centrally located on the Minneapolis campus of Metropolitan State University, AMA is one of only five national media organizations devoted to serving Asian American media needs. Our continuing mission is to Connect the Disconnected: we want to challenge the traditional isolation of Asian American communities by helping Asian Americans realize that the media can be an effective and important tool for communication and education.

Association of Nepalis in Minnesota
207 1st Ave SE
New Brighton, MN 55112
Tel: (612) 444-1080

Association of Nepalis in Minnesota(ANMN)’s mission is to build, preserve and promote an enthusiastic, active and supportive community among the Nepalis and friends of Nepal in the State of Minnesota thus strengthening the bond of friendship and cooperation.

Asian Economic Development Association
377 Univeristy Ave W, Suite D
Saint Paul, MN 55103
Tel: (651) 222-7798
The Asian Economic Development Association (AEDA) was formed in 2006 to increase economic opportunities for low income Asian Americans in the Twin Cities by supporting small business and entrepreneur development. AEDA goals are developing, retaining, and growing Asian-owned small businesses and micro-entrepreneurs in low income neighborhoods of Saint Paul, North Minneapolis, and the Northwest suburbs where large Asian populations are found.

India Association of Minnesota
P.O. Box 130158
St.Paul, MN 55113
Tel: (651) 321-3421

The India Association of Minnesota (IAM), formerly called the India Club of Minnesota, has been in existence since 1973 as a non-profit organization. It seeks to build a sense of identity and community among people who are of Indian origin or who have an interest in India.

Karen Organization of Minnesota
2353 Rice Street, Suite 240
Roseville, MN 55113
Tel: (651) 788-7593
Fax: (651) 788-7909

The Karen Organization of Minnesota (“KOM”) welcomes you and hopes this website can provide you with information about the Karen People in addition to providing resources for the Karen and other refugees from Burma living in Minnesota and the United States.

Lao Advancement Organization of America (LAOA)
Lao Cultural Center Building.
2648 West Broadway Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55411
Tel: (612) 302-9154
Fax: (612) 522-2431
Formerly known as Lao Parents and Teachers Association (Lao PTA), the organization changed its name to Lao Advancement Organization of America, Inc. in 2003 to reflect its expanded programming that supports a healthy and engaged life for all generations. LAOA primarily serves ethnic Lao families in the seven-county Twin Cities metro area, with most living in Hennepin and Anoka counties. Secondary audiences include ethnic Lao in greater Minnesota and Hmong in North Minneapolis.


Minnesota-Sri Lanka Friendship Foundation
8235 Marsh Creek Road
Woodbury, MN 55125

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The Minnesota Sri Lanka Friendship Foundation is an organization dedicated to promoting social, cultural, educational and economic ties between the people of Minnesota and the people of Sri Lanka.

National Association of Asian American Professionals
The Minnesota Chapter of The National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP-MN) is a non-profit, membership organization that serves Asian Americans of all descent that seeks to progress our collective career advancement while making significant contributions to our community through volunteer and charity work. Membership to NAAAP-MN is open to people of all ethnicities. NAAAP-MN is based in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area.

United Cambodian Association in Minnesota
1385 Mendota Heights Rd Suite 500
Mendota Heights, Mn 55120
Tel: (651) 222-3299
Fax: (651) 222-3599

The mission of the United Cambodian Association of Minnesota is to promote health, social, economic, and educational opportunities for all Cambodians and new Americans living in Minnesota.

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