Part of Time Warner Cable of NE Wisconsin’s “Bridging Hmong American” series aimed at helping the Hmong adjust to life in the U.S. Pao Shoua Xiong Thao, a United States Citizen explains the process involved in becoming a citizen. She shares her personal story of how she took classes, went through testing and was sworn in as a citizen. Pao shares what decisions she had to think about before beginning the class, what it meant emotionally and how she made the decision. (1996) - VHS VIDEO (27:00 – Hmong language). (Bridging Hmong American Series).
Captures rare and dramatic footage of Hmong shaman in a trance, Hmong buying and sacrificing a cow in rural Illinois and SUNDS – a mysterious illness wherein young men die in their sleep for no apparent reason. Documents a people caught between a culture which they have been forced to leave behind and a culture into which they have been propelled. (1985) - VHS VIDEO (28 :00)
Focuses on why dairy operators in Western Wisconsin have turned to the Hispanic workforce to meet their labor needs. Tells the stories of 3 Hispanic workers who have relocated to Wisconsin and some of the dairy farmers who have employed them. Highlights the goals and aspirations of the Hispanic employees as well as the biggest challenges facing the employers and employees. (2002) - VHS VIDEO (28:00)