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Sanctions and the pandemic can be a deadly combination!    External threats such as pandemics remind all of us the need for global solidarity. The more we cooperate, coordinate, and share information and resources the safer we all are. In times of international health emergencies, …

POSTPONED – Sanctions Kill

March 19, 2020 // 0 Comments

Due to Coronavirus concerns, this event has been postponed. Regarding Coronavirus Concerns US sanctions are not an alternative to war. They make war more likely. On the anniversary of the 2003 invasion of Iraq, join us for an honest discussion of US sanctions. We’ll explore …

Followed by moderated Q&A Session with filmmaker Miki Dezaki On February 29th, attend film screening of the movie, “Shusenjo: The Main Battleground of the Comfort Women Issue”, at BU. Japanese-American director Miki Dezaki’s film Shusenjo takes a different approach to the ‘comfort women’ issue. Instead of …

President Moon’s Vision for Korea Peace

February 26, 2020 // 0 Comments

Lee Seung-hwan Lecture by Lee Seung-hwan, Secretary-General of the Korea Unification Advisory Council (KUAC)   The Boston Chapter of Korea Unification Advisory Council will present a workshop about the Korea peace process.   The Secretary General of Korea National Unification Council, Lee Seung-Hwan will present …

The Massachusetts Korea Peace Campaign, a newly formed alliance of Korean-Americans and peace activists, delivered letters Feb. 20-27 to Massachusetts members of Congress calling on them to support South Korea’s efforts to reach a peace agreement with North Korea. Sign the letter today!  We will …

Peace begins in Korea The historic diplomacy between South and North Korea, and talks between Kim Jong-un and President Trump, have rallied hopes for peace. For the first time in decades we are talking about Korea: formally ending the war, creating pathways for family reunification, …

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