There are, small and large, but many Turkic communities in U.S.A. more than 30 years. Those Turkic American communities are as follows; Kazakh, Bosnian, and Kyrgyz, Uzbek, Turkmen, Tajik, and Azerbaijan communities in U.S. As Turkic Americans’ migrations increased rapidly, they have started to establish many local community organizations such as; Cultural centers, Private Schools, Interfaith Dialogue Centers, Mosques, Business Associations, and etc. However, most of them were not part of any civil organization. Their main goal was to be able to live or practice their culture, and transmit their values onto their future generations.
In this booklet, you can follow the activities conducted by The Turkic American Association -as an umbrella organization- working with the six major federations and total of 217 member organizations throughout the Nation.