Meet Terence Htoo

Terence Htoo

Terrence Htoo has teamed up with the Campaign for a New Myanmar Terence Htoo Terence is a Karen ethnic from Myanmar who immigrated to the United States when he was a teenager. He obtained a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from American University in 2018 and 2019, respectively. During the day, he works as … Read more

Meet Mike Haack

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This is from Insight Myanmar. You can also hear the podcast by going to that link. Haack was interviewed in July 2021. Michael Haack’s lifelong advocacy for Myanmar had a fortuitous start. An American University student in 2001, Haack was shaped by the preceding anti-globalization protests in Seattle and Quebec City. With a growing interest … Read more

We’re hosting our first comedy fundraiser!

What? A comedy show/benefit for the Campaign for a New Myanmar. When? September 16 at 8:00 pm EDT! How do I get tickets? You go here! Ameera Abu-alsaoud was raised in Boston by a strict family. She started hosting a talk show, The Comedy Show with Ameera Abu-alsaoud, on Cambridge Community Television (CCTV) it will … Read more

We need your help, will you join us?

Six short months ago, we witnessed the Myanmar military depose the civilian government in a coup d’etat. Using the same tactics that it used against the Rohingya and other ethnic minorities, the Burmese army has brutally cracked down on the new, young, and multi-ethnic Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM). In response, we immediately swung into action. Just hours after … Read more

You are making a difference

Last weekend, thousands of people gathered across the world in support of Myanmar’s new National Unity Government. In Washington, DC, thousands rallied outside the White House and then marched to Congress to demand that it introduce a new Burma bill. In the past week, we have together ramped up our email, phone calls, and Zoom meetings … Read more

Army chief declares himself prime minister

Not content with letting Covid ravage Myanmar, Myanmar army chief Min Aung Hlaing marked the six-month point of his military coup by declaring himself prime minister of a supposed “caretaker government.” The civilian National Unity Government quickly labeled the rebranded regime an “unlawful association.” The Assistance Association for Political Prisoners has estimated that the military junta has … Read more

Let’s build our movement for Myanmar

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Just hours after the military coup in Myanmar, we stepped up and organized petitions to President Biden. Next week, we are helping to organize lobby days in Washington, DC, for the introduction of the new Burma Bills. We never let up in supporting Myanmar’s Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM) in its struggle against the military junta. … Read more

The Military is Letting Covid Ravage Myanmar

The third – and thus far most serious – wave of Covid is hitting Myanmar hard. Hospitals have reached maximum capacity. At military hospitals, staff are turning away civilians under orders to limit treatment to military personnel and their relatives. As Progressive Voice reports: “Ultimately, the root cause of all these human rights and humanitarian catastrophes is … Read more

Congress needs to produce and pass the Burma Bill

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The Burma Bill needs your support While the Burma Bill sits in limbo, the people of Myanmar need your help. It has been more than five months since the military took control in a violent coup on February 1, 2021. Since then, people all over the country have taken to the streets in a new … Read more