On November 11, just hours before the start of the People Power Mobilization in South Korea, overseas Koreans in New York held a protest in solidarity with South Koreans demanding an end to the Park Geun-hye administration and the dissolution of the ruling Saenuri Party..

The New York rally concluded with an interactive performance in which protesters participated in a traditional Korean dance around a large quilted art piece. The performance was facilitated by artist Shine Shin-Kim, the main coordinator of the “One Heart” Quilt and Ritual project.


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Kim Jong-un’s New Year Address and the Prospect for Peace

The South Korean people, who, just one year ago, took to the streets to oust Park Geun-hye can, once again, achieve what had once seemed out of reach by pressing the Moon Jae-in government to fulfill his vision of peace and reconciliation in defiance of the U.S. military industrial complex.

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USFK and Riot Cops Continue Excessive Force to Deploy THAAD

The residents of Seongju and Gimcheon were caught off guard when the USFK and the South Korean Defense Ministry forced key parts of the THAAD missile system into the former Lotte Skyhill Golf Course in the early morning hours of April 26. The AN/TPY-2 radar is believed to have been transported into the deployment site.

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