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Why We Have to Care About Korean Reunification

Charlie Kwak is a Korean American high school student who has made several trips to his extended family’s home in Korea, all the while participating in leadership programs and events pertaining to the ongoing campaign for peaceful reunification on the Korean...

First Korean Congress

While most Koreans are very familiar with the March 1919 Korean Independence Movement, it is easy to forget the seminal role the Korean Diaspora played in the drive for self-governance. The non-violent demonstrations against Japanese colonizers on March 1st, 1919...

Dr. Philip Jaisohn

Korean and American flags waved side by side outside City Hall, an illustration and celebration of Korean-American Day on Philadelphia streets earlier this month. David Oh, a U.S. military veteran and Philadelphia’s first Korean-American councilman, and Helen Gym,...

Ahn Changho

Nestled in the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site in Atlanta is a promenade marked by bronze footsteps embedded in granite flagstones – the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame. The walkway gives “recognition to those courageous soldiers of justice who...

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