United against War and White Supremacy: Korean Americans Speak Out

United against War and White Supremacy: Korean Americans Speak Out

To Korean Americans, the U.S. government and mainstream media’s callous depiction of a war with North Korea as one that would devastate “thousands over there” is dehumanizing to the people of Korea and Asia Pacific. For many Korean Americans, the so-called “thousands over there” are family members and friends.

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Honoring The Candlelight Revolution In A Time Of Looming War In Korea

Jang Jinsook, Director of Planning of the Minjung Party of South Korea, presented a speech at the People’s Congress of Resistance at Howard University in Washington, D.C. in September. The Minjung Party is a new progressive party that will formally launch on October 15. It aims to complete the “candlelight revolution” that ousted Park Geun-hye by unifying South Korean progressives fighting for systemic change and the peaceful reunification of the Korean peninsula.

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Opening More Channels in US-North Korea Relations

Secretary Tillerson emphasized that the U.S. has “three channels open to Pyongyang,” and that the two sides are talking. What Tillerson may not have included are those closer to the ground that often serve as telegraphing instruments vis-a-vis the layers of permissions, approvals, and negotiating that come with the territory of U.S. organizations operating in North Korea.

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United against War and White Supremacy: Korean Americans Speak Out

To Korean Americans, the U.S. government and mainstream media’s callous depiction of a war with North Korea as one that would devastate “thousands over there” is dehumanizing to the people of Korea and Asia Pacific. For many Korean Americans, the so-called “thousands over there” are family members and friends.

read more

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