Alliance for Korea United is a coalition of Korean-American organizations and individuals advancing the cause for a united Korea that fulfills the historic ideals and aspirations of the Korean people.
There are over 7.4 million ethnic Koreans living outside of Korea. Alliance for Korea United represents Korean diaspora communities in the United States committed to Korean reunification.
During the March 1 1919 Korean Independence Movement, the Korean diaspora played a critical role in drawing global support and articulating the ideals of the new nation. Today, ethnic Koreans living abroad are equally a powerful force in determining the future direction of the pensinsula.
Welcome to the Alliance for Korea United USA, part of a growing global initiative to fulfill the cherished dream of a unified homeland.
I look forward to your valuable insights and active participation with the nearly seven and a half million Koreans living abroad who, with our South Korean brothers and sisters, are advancing a dynamic global movement for peace and freedom on the Korean peninsula.
~Richard Lee, President, Alliance for Korea United
The Korea Division
The Korean people have been divided for more than 70 years. The volatile state of the Korean peninsula, the civil and human rights crisis to the North, and the unfinished work of self-determination for the Korean people make Korean reunification a major civil rights issue of today.
The Korean Dream: A Vision for a Unified Korea
The Korean Dream expresses the enduring aspiration of the Korean people to create a nation united, independent and free, grounded in the ancient ideal of Hongik Ingan. The Korean Dream is a vision for a United Korea that reaches out from Korea to the world.
Korean-Americans in History
Ethnic Koreans in the United States played a central role in casting a vision for their homeland and drawing international support for the cause of self-determination.
Dr. Seo Jaepil
First Korean Congress
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