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Rohingya Society of Greater Nashua’s priorities are to preserve our lost traditions, language and ‘New Americans’ heritage for future generations of successful integration, and community contributions.

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On the other hand, we denounce with righteous indignation and dislike men who are so beguiled...

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The looting and destruction of Rohingya’s cultural heritage have been started since Burma got her independence in 1948, but especially after the 1962 coup d'état on 2 March 1962 by General Ne Win. The successive junta government of Burma has been oppressing Rohingya for many decades, and they were denied basic human rights. They were treated as sub-human-being and tortured inhumane manner. Extra-judicial killing, arbitrary arrest, and extortion, confiscation of properties, raping of women, forced labor, restriction on movements, restriction on marriage, restriction on education, restriction on religious activities, burning houses, killing by an arson attack and denial of citizenship. Their economic bases are destroyed.

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On the other hand, we denounce with righteous indignation and dislike men who are so beguiled and demoralized by the charms of pleasure.

Our sincerest thanks to the United Way of Greater Nashua for believing in us. To show our appreciation of your supporting our community, including in their efforts to establishing non-profits that we started three years ago. It takes a lot of support from a fiscal agent and partners like you to achieve our mission.

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January 22, 2018

Civic Engagement

20 Broad St

Today another event we accomplished for more than 40 peoples Rohingya and African...

November 22, 2017

Coffee and Conversation!

20 Broad St

Coffee and Conversation! What Are We Thankful For? How Do We Welcome Others...

October 17, 2017

Nashua Cultural Connections Committee

2 Court St, Nashua, NH

Our Honorable Mayor Jim Donchess, many of diverse Ethnicities including Rohingya it was...