2016 Year in Review

PLEASE DONATE As the staff and Board members of NKinUSA reflect on 2016, we want to first of all express our deep appreciation to you, our friends and supporters, for your continued backing and encouragement throughout the year. We are indeed fortunate to have so many strong supporters who share our concern for our North […]

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Vice President Grace Jo participates in forum at George W. Bush Presidential Center

NKinUSA Vice President Grace Jo visited Dallas on Tuesday, November 29th to participate in an event sponsored by the George W. Bush Institute, Light Through the Darkness: A Forum on Freedom in North Korea. Michael Gerson of the Washington Post moderated a lively conversation between Grace, fellow refugee and good friend Joseph Kim, and Special Envoy for North Korean Human […]

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Vice President Grace Jo interviewed on WTOP-FM

Vice President Grace Jo was interviewed by JJ Green on WTOP-FM last month. Please click here to listen to the thirty minute podcast where Grace talks in detail about escaping North Korea, living in hiding in China, and coming to the United States. To read JJ Green’s article, “Escape from North Korea: The story of […]

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Vice President Grace Jo attends Valley Film Festival, screening of film “I am Grace”

NKinUSA Vice President Grace Jo attended the 16th annual Valley Film Festival in North Hollywood on October 1. She was there for the screening of the short documentary “I am Grace” by award-winning filmmaker Christopher H.K. Lee. The 19 minute film, originally released last year, shows how Grace tackled the myriad challenges of adapting to […]

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Save North Korean Refugees Day 2016

NKinUSA staff participated in a demonstration in front of the Chinese Embassy in Washington, DC on Friday, September 23 as part of the 8th annual Save North Korean Refugees Day. Organized by Suzanne Scholte and the North Korea Freedom Coalition, the yearly event marks the September 24, 1982 signing by China of the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status […]

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