Our longtime supporter of Burma's democracy movement and groups around the world -- including those in the San Francisco Bay Area -- Dr. Aung Khan (A Physician) has passed and we are doing a one month ceremony of his passing in the Bay Area according to the below program.
It has been a great loss to us and you are cordially invited to join in. A flyer is attached for more information and please help distribute it to anyone who might be of interest.
Sunday February 8th, 2015
10:30 am - 2 pm
Mudita Shwe Kaung
(27695 Leidig Court, Hayward, CA 94544 Ph: (510) 574-5442)
Come enjoy Burmese style dinner, speakers, a short film on Burma and
a panel discussion with Burma experts and activists.
Though Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is pushing hard for the constitution amendment, it is going no where and we may all end up legalizing the military rule further as the constitution is designed to do and the international community might just give up to pressure further after 2015 elections. Therefore, now is the most crucial time for Burma and her people and come join us to learn about how you can help for the better there.
Writer Edith Mirante - “The Landless Vs. Lawless: Environmental Rights in Pre-Election Burma”
& Burma Democracy Activists
Organized by Burmese American Democratic Alliance (BADA); co-sponsored by Burmese American Women's Alliance (BAWA), Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists Social Justice Committee
Please receive the attached flyer for the San Francisco Bay Area Annual Burmese Literary talk with first time Speakers / Writers: Song Win Latt, Maung Kaung Myint and Maung Soe Chain. Join us for the Dinner, Speakers and Question and Answers on Burmese Culture and Literature should your schedule permits. Please also forward this invite to those who might be interested.
November 23, 2013 (Saturday)
Join morning parade and BADA booth at eh Solano Stroll to raise awareness about Burma's land grab abuses and constitutional amendment. Read more
Project Help Burma Fundraiser
The Burmese American Democratic
Alliance (BADA) has public charity, nontaxable, 501(c) (3) status in the United
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