The support and recognition for the Khmers Kampuchea-Krom Federation as an indigenous organization representing millions of Khmer-Krom people living in the lower Mekong Delta is certainly on the increase as an overwhelming three hundred Long Beach residents have flocked to listen to KKF speak about their activities. Organized by the KKF President from Chapter of Southern California, Mr. Thach Hung, the local Khmer-Krom community leaders including Mr. Danh Kut, KK President, Mr. Kim Phisamuth and Mr. Thach Reksmey also came out to show their appreciation and support for KKF. Held the following day after their campaign in Tacoma city, Mr. Thach Ngoc Thach, KKF President and Mr. Giap Tran were once again warmly welcomed by the Khmer and Khmer-Krom communities. Outstanding and dedicated individuals, Mr. Thach and Mr. Tran have traveled extensively all over the world in their role to advocate human rights on behalf of the voiceless Khmer-Krom people living in Kampuchea-Krom. Following a similar agenda as in the Tacoma city, the community members were informed about KKF’s most recent achievements including their recent trip to Taiwan during the Eighth General Assembly of the UNPO. Mr. Thach Ngoc Thach spoke about KKF’s new working relationship with the government of Taiwan and the Taiwan Foundation for Democracy. The participants were then enlightened about their recent conference in The Hague, Netherlands, the concept of self-determination and the future path that the Khmer-Krom people as the indigenous peoples of the Mekong Delta of today’s Vietnam could pursue. The delegates also touched on the reception and support they had surprising received in Paris, Philadelphia and Tacoma city following their successful conference in the Netherlands. In their concluding remarks for the campaign, their appeal for support have been acknowledged and approved from an overwhelming majority of the people present. KKF would like to express their thanks and appreciation to the many who attended and especially the support that local leaders have in organizing the successful events.