Korea

Sanctions are War

March 19, 2020 // 0 Comments

Harvard University (Room TBD) Cambridge, MA 02138 Thursday, March 19th 6:30-8:30pm  Economic sanctions levied by the United States government are often described a morally preferable and non-violent alternative to war.  But are they actually moral and non-violent, or are they merely a way for the …

Join the national grassroots effort for peace in Korea Schedule: 3/15    March and rally at the White House 3/16    Annual Korea Peace Network conference 3/17     Korea peace advocacy on the Hill Organized by Korea Peace Now! Grassroots Network, Peace Treaty Now, and …

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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