CINDA IN THE MEDIA.
FRED HOGAN, CINDA DANH WIN PRIMARY, WILL VIE FOR LYNN’S WARD 6 COUNCIL SEAT
“In the most closely watched race in the city, challenger Cinda Danh came within 10 votes of beating Fred Hogan in the hotly contested race for the Ward 6 council seat.”
“Candidate Cinda Danh Reception for Ward 6”
A large group of supporters cheered when Cinda Danh was introduced by supporter Gisselle Espinal to be the next Ward 6 Councilor.
“Cinda Danh announces her candidacy for Ward 6 Councilor”
The daughter of Cambodian Genocide survivors who immigrated to the US in 1988, Cinda and her three brothers grew up in Lynn.
“The Faces of Lynn:Cinda Danh Publishes New City Magazine”
Twenty-seven-year-old Cinda Danh is all about Lynn and its people, traveling throughout the city to chronicle the stories of their daily existence, dreams and ambitions.
“REVOLUTIONIST’S CLUB BRINGING LYNNERS TOGETHER”
Last August, Alex Cuevas and Jaime Figueroa had a conversation about how to get their fellow Lynners more involved in their community. It started a revolution.
“LYNN MILLENNIALS HIGHLIGHT THE PEOPLE OF THEIR CITY AND GIVE THEM A PLATFORM TO FEEL HEARD”
The Voices of Lynn Festival was started by a group of college-age millennials who were raised in the city. The six individuals wanted their neighbors in the community to have a platform in which they felt heard and celebrated.
“Humans of khmer america”
“Works in Progress” is a short film about the struggle of my parents–their plight from Cambodia to America. They started with nothing and made it into everything. The film deals with themes of love, growth and displacement.“