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Screening of K-Town Stories: Flushing
Koreans & Camptowns: Photo Essay by Dayna Choi Fischer
Camptowns in South Korea have serviced American soldiers since the Korean War.
Koreans & Camptowns: Reflections of a Mixed-Race Korean
This past September in Berkeley, California, I opened the doors to the David Brower Center, slightly nervous and excited...
How the Truth Can Hurt — or Heal
I attended the “Koreans and Camptowns” conference in Berkeley, Calif. last month...
More Reason to Hope than Fear: Undocumented Koreans in America
Immigration has been a major issue with few avenues of hope for the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the U.S.
“Seoul-Born, Bogotá-Raised, L.A.-Grown, Brooklyn-Aged”: Profile of Chino
Second Chances in Tijuana: Profile of Dong-Jin Eastern Kang Sim
At age twelve, Dong-Jin Eastern Kang Sim huddled in a tiny cell in Mexico City with his mother and thirteen-year-old brother.
Here’s What I Saw
You know that photo that went viral of the hug between the 12 year old Black boy and the white Portland cop?
Where is Home
My grandmother was born in a year of famine, a hunger she never knew.
In popular culture, Asian Americans always seemed concerned with building bridges