From Darkness to Light
We collect the stories of those affected by the Cambodian Genocide and the voice of the generation that grew up in its shadow, so they are no longer holding it in silence.
We share the stories of a generation passed, so a new generation that may be disconnected, can reconnect and bring that darkness to light.
With these stories, we hope to inspire and educate the world by shedding some light in to the experience of survivors and those living in the shadow of genocide.
Happy Khmer New Year | Soursdei Chnam Tmei! This year, our Khmer community in CT is bringing back a big celebration for the Cambodian New Year. Unfortunately, I’ll be missing out on it, traveling to Savannah, GA. I’m proud that the community has come together in such a way to honor and celebrate for all. It’s […]
It’s Spring of 2015, marking some new beginnings as things come to life again. We have been working on a new logo and putting together our new site, along with gathering up some more stories. I’m very excited for Khmer Collective’s new look as we push things forward. Things wills continue to move forward, these […]
April 17th, 1975, the day the Khmer Rouge marched in to Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia and began their reign of terror. They started their mass evacuation of people in to the jungle, to find their fate in either forced slave labor or death.