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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...
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.
From Seoul to the South: Profile of Susan Knight
Susan grew up in poverty and moved to the U.S. at age eight to join her mother and stepfather, a U.S. soldier.
Where is Home
My grandmother was born in a year of famine, a hunger she never knew.
Mom was beautiful. Almost like a porcelain doll. She was pale and delicate in appearance.
My Korean American Story: Shinyung Oh
I'm not the only Korean kid whose parents acted as if becoming a lawyer or a doctor were the only career options.