More information about specific events will be posted in late March and early April. Please check nkfreedom.org for additional information.
Organized by NKinUSA
Hosted by the UDC David A. Clarke School of Law
–Film Screening of “I am Grace”, a documentary by Director Christopher H.K. Lee about NKinUSA’s Vice President Grace Jo’s path to becoming a U.S. Citizen and finding her true identity.
–Discussion of refugee resettlement issues in the United States.
–This event will be followed by a reception.
–After the reception, everyone is invited to our vigil in front of the Chinese Embassy, which is a short walk from UDC Law.
Organized by the Isabella Foundation
Hosted by Georgetown University Truth and Human Rights in North Korea (THiNK)
This event will include defector testimony from Lim Hye and Lee Si-young of how the regime uses orphans and other children for slave labor and how North Korean orphans suffer in China. It will also include a discussion of successful programs to help North Koreans with Park Jung Oh as well as a call to action focused on ways to address this human rights tragedy.
Lim Hye-jin, New Korea Women’s Union
Lee Si-young, Free North Korea Radio
Park Jung-oh, Keun Saem Education Center
Jo Jinhye, NKinUSA