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1/22/2018 10:25:02
Defusing the US-North Korea Conflict: Building on the Olympic Truce
2/10/20187:00:00 PM
First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany
405 Washington Avenue
AlbanyNew York12206Presentation by Christine Ahn, International Coordinator of Women Cross the DMZ
Women Against War, Historians for Peace and Democracy - Capital District & Social Responsibilites Council of FUUSA
1/25/2018 17:25:05Vigil in Solidarity with Olympic Truce in Princeton2/9/20185:00:00 PM
Tiger Park in Palmer Square
Palmer SquarePrincetonNew Jersey8542
Coalition for Peace Action
1/25/2018 17:26:33
Vigil in Solidarity with Olympic Truce in Philadelphia
2/9/20185:00:00 PMWest Side of City Hall
1401 John F Kennedy Blvd
Coalition for Peace Action
1/29/2018 10:54:06
Webinar - When Maximum Pressure Hurts Innocent Lives
2/9/201810:00:00 AM
Online webinar at
New YorkNew York10017Webinar on sanctions against North KoreaWomen Cross DMZ
1/30/2018 9:46:43Formal request to US Embassy in Tokyo2/7/20182:00:00 PMUS Embassy in Tokyo1-10-5 AkasakaTokyoTokyo107-8420
We will submit a formal request to the US government to stop joint military exercises with South Korea and to engage in talks with North Korea about signing a peace treaty formally ending the Korean War.
Nikkan Net, Peace Boat, VAWW RAC, and other peace organizations
1/30/2018 9:55:40Tokyo Shinbun lecture and demo2/24/20186:30:00 PM
3rd floor of the Bunkyo Kumin Center near the Kasuga Subway Station and the Korakuen Subway Station
4-15-14 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku
Mr. HANDA Shigeru of the progressive newspaper Tokyo Shinbun will give a lecture, a few guests from a federation of 220 progressive groups in South Korea will be in attendance, and afterwards there will be a demonstration.
Nikkan Netto, Peace Boat, and VAWW RAC (Violence Against Women in War Research Action Center), among others
1/30/2018 10:26:02Congressional briefing on Korea Crisis2/15/20181:00:00 PM
TBD - Capitol or House Ofc Building
TBDWashingtonDC20002Congressional briefing for MOCs, staff NGOs
Peace Action, Korea Peace Network, Women Cross DMZ, others
1/30/2018 10:29:57
Cheer on the Unified Korean Women's Hockey Team! (and Peace!)
2/8/20185:00:00 PM
810 7th Street NEWashtington
District of Columbia
We will deliver the following message of support to the North and South Korean players of the Unified Korean Women's Hockey Team: "When you take the ice together as one team, girls across the globe will learn how strong and capable women are. Whether you win or lose, you will have achieved something very special and significant for the world. Trust yourselves and each other; we are all rooting for you! #WeAreAllTeamKorea!"
Women's Action for New Directions
1/30/2018 11:32:44Which Way in Korea?2/22/20187:00:00 PM
Brooklyn Commons Cafe
388 Atlantic AvenueBrooklynNew York11217
As Trump threatens to give North Korea a "bloody nose," hear Korean-American activist Juyeon JC Rhee and foreign policy expert Bill Hartung explain why
diplomacy is the only strategy for a successful resolution of this crisis.
Brooklyn For Peace
Flyer for the event is here:
1/30/2018 13:18:59Candlelight Vigil in Solidarity with Olympic Truce2/9/20185:00:00 PM
outside the Mayor's Playground
413 and Maple AveLanghornePA19047
Coalition for Peace Action
1/30/2018 13:24:19
Candlelight Service with Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia
2/9/20185:00:00 PM
Our Lady of Angels Convent
610 Convent RdAstonPA19014
Coalition for Peace Action
1/30/2018 19:25:04End US War at Home and Abroad (Protest)2/3/201811:00:00 AM
Martin Luther King, Jr. Monument on MLK Boulevard, near Old Records Hall
Corner of 13th Ave. & Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard; Next to the Hall of Records, 465 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard
A broad coalition of NJ anti-war groups will be protesting in support of a “NJ Anti-War Agenda” initiative. This protest will include vocal support of the Olympic Truce, and a demand for the U.S. to pursue diplomacy and not War with North Korea. Other U.S. foreign policy concerns will also be addressed, including the growing reports of atrocities and suffering in Yemen.
Sponsoring Organizations: is sponsoring this event. Co-sponsors: Peoples Organization for Progress, NJ Peace Action, Green Party of NJ, Industrial Union Council of NJ, Union County Peace Council, Social Party USA of NJ, and Rutgers Students for Justice in Palestine.
1/31/2018 13:18:41Olympic Opening Ceremony Watch Party2/9/20188:00:00 PMOrleans65 Holland StSomervilleMA2144Watch the opening ceremony on the bar's TVBoston DSA
303 819 7517
1/31/2018 13:20:39Standout Against War with North Korea2/15/20184:30:00 PMoutside South Station700 Atlantic AveBostonMA2110
No War – Negotiation Not Confrontation

Calling All Peace Activists

Please Join Us!

In front of South Station main entrance
Veterans for Peace - Smedley Butler Brigade
(617) 942-0328
1/31/2018 13:22:30Olympic Opening Ceremony Watch Party2/9/20188:00:00 PMPrivate HomeCotton StreetRoslindaleMA2131
Join neighbors to watch North and South Korean athletes march under a unified flag in the Olympic Opening Ceremony. Contact organizer for address.
Massachusetts Peace Action
617 466 9274
1/31/2018 13:53:01VFP "No War with Korea standout"2/15/20184:30:00 PM
Main entrance South Station,
700 Atlantic AvenueBostonMa2110Standout with Veterans for Peace: flags, signs and flyers
Veterans for Peace, Boston Chapter 9 ,
Ray Ajemian
Come stand with Veterans For Peace "Smedley D Butler Brigade" against war with Korea "Negotiation Not Confrontation"
1/31/2018 17:26:44Peace Action Lobby Day2/13/20189:00:00 AMCapitol Hill
various House/Senate buildings
Peace Action's grassroots leaders and national staff lobbying on Korea and other crucial war/peace/disarmament issues
Peace Action
2/2/2018 10:06:39Expand the Olympic Truce: No War in Korea2/11/20183:00:00 PMQuaker Meeting HouseTBSNew HavenCT6517Teach-in, Open Mike, Rally
Promoting Enduring Peace
2/2/2018 13:37:09
North Korea and Nuclear Weapons: Myth vs. History
2/19/20187:00:00 PMArtRage Gallery505 Hawley Ave.SyracuseNY13203
Information by Syracuse University history professor and East Asia expert George Kallander; and discussion of Actions
Syracuse Peace Council & CNY Solidarity Coalition
Diane R. Swords315-391-4484
2/2/2018 16:35:44Allentown Vigil for Olympic Truce2/9/20185:30:00 PM
outside the hockey arena
7th and HamiltonAllentown
Lepoco Peace Center and CFPA
2/5/2018 0:25:46
Facebook Live Olympic Watch Party for Peace(FLOWPP)
2/9/20185:00:00 PMPrivate HomeEmail for AddressSan JoseCA95138
Facebook Live Olympic Watch Party for Peace(FLOWPP) will try to connect as many Olympic Watch Parties via Facebook. FLOWPP live stream can be viewed form One Corea Now's FB page( Facebook Live stream can be seen from One Corea Now FB page( ). Please email us to be part of the broadcast.
One Corea Now
One Corea Now is a coalition in making of Corean Americans and peace loving people to promote peace between US and N. Corea and ultimately peaceful reunification of Corea. Please join our Facebook Live broadcast of Olympic Watch Party for Peace. If your organization would like to participate in broadcasting please send email to
2/5/2018 9:15:12
Olympics Opening-Ceremony Watch-Party for Peace in Korea
2/9/20186:00:00 PMSeoul Taco
E. Broadway and Hitt streets
Rev. Hanjoo Park, pastor of the Korean First Presbyterian Church, and other mid-Missourians will share their reflections on war and hopes that the Truce serves as a bridge toward an enduring peace on the Korean peninsula. The Opening Ceremonies will be aired on the restaurant's big screen television, beginning at 7:00 pm. Parking is available in the Hitt and Cherry Street garage. Attendees will pay for their own meal and drinks.
Mid-Missouri Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR)
A relatively small percentage of people in the United States-- beyond military personnel--understand the horrible reality of war. That is not the case with ouur Korean kin. More than 3 million people were killed in the Korean War which injured millions more and devastated the nations. Donald Trump and other US militarists continue to fuel escalating tension in recent months with mindless bluster. We are thankful to promote the hopes and reality of our kin from Korea to help illuminate the public with a metaphorical torch, recognizing the humanity at stake and celebrating the Olympic good will and the Peace Truce-- which serves, we hope, as a bridge toward manifesting an enduring peace on the Korean peninsula.
2/5/2018 17:37:39Truce Tuesdays2/6/201812:01:00 AME-mail and social media
New Jersey Peace Action
BloomfieldNew Jersey7003
Every Tuesday since January 9th and continuing into March, we send out a legislative alert in support of the Olympic Truce and ask our members to contact our Senators/Representatives about the most timely legislation.
New Jersey Peace Action
If an Olympic Truce can be negotiated, then a permanent Truce can also be negotiated and must be negotiated. Nobody will win in a nuclear war!!
2/6/2018 8:51:18Vigil / Visit at Rep. Mark Walker's Office2/13/201810:00:00 AM
Rep. Mark Walker's Office
219 B West Elm Street
GrahamNC27253We will deliver a letter for Rep. Walker and vigil outside the office until 10:30am.
Indivisible -NC 6 ; Indivisible - Onward; Alamance NAACP, Down Home NC; Alamance Peace Action
cassebaum@elon.edu336 449 6843
This is the time to resist, so if you cannot attend this event, please call Rep. Walker's office (336) 229-0159 and urge him to support HR 4837- No Unconstitutional Strike against North Korea Act.
2/6/2018 9:11:38Vigil for Peace2/10/201810:30:00 AMArlington Center
Mass Ave & Medfor St
ArlingtonMA2474Stand out for the Olympic Truce, no war games, no threats against N. Korea
Arlington United for Justice with Peace
2/6/2018 11:40:04
The Korean War Today: A Roundtable on the U.S. and the Two Koreas
2/23/20186:00:00 PM
NYU Law School D'Agostino Hall
208 West 3rd StreetNew YorkNY10012
The Marilyn B. Young Memorial Lecture for 2018. Panelists will be: Christine Hong, Dong-choon Kim, Charles Hanley, and Moderator Monica Kim.
NYU Dept of History212-998-8600
This event is being supported by the Historians for Peace and Democracy.
2/6/2018 13:04:51
Preventing War: Crisis and Opportunity With North Korea
3/7/20187:00:00 PM
Karpeles Manuscript Library Auditorium
21 W. Anapamu St.Santa BarbaraCA93101
Christine Ahn will deliver the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation’s 17th Annual Frank K. Kelly Lecture on Humanity’s Future. Christine Ahn is the founder and international coordinator of Women Cross DMZ, a global movement of women mobilizing to end the Korean War, reunite families, and ensure women’s leadership in peace building.
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
2/6/2018 13:19:09Korean Olympic Truce Celebration 2/9/20185:00:00 PMMt. Vernon Park
North Charles and Centre Sts.
BaltimoreMD21201Olympic torch relay to light Peace Flame and Watch PartyPeace Action Baltimore
Watch Party starts at 8 PM EST a block from street banner and torch relay
2/6/2018 13:48:09
Vigil to Extend the Olympic Truce: Diplomacy Not War
2/9/20185:30:00 PM
Sidewalk in Center City Allentown
7th & Hamilton Sts.Allentown
Peace Vigil with signs and candles outside a sports arena venue. Leafletting will also take place.
LEPOCO Peace Center (Lehigh-Pocono Committee of Concern)
2/6/2018 16:54:48
"People's Olympic City For a Nuke Free World" Demonstration at Colorado Springs Downtown Opening Ceremony
2/9/20185:30:00 AM
Downtown Colorado Springs
Tejon StreetColorado SpringsCO80903
Join fellow anti-nuclear advocates for a non-violent demonstration during the Olympic City Opening Ceremony Celebration.
COS Peace Potluck
2/8/2018 18:55:10
FB Live Olympic Watch Party - Los Angeles - in Korean
2/9/20185:00:00 PM
Won Buddhism of America
401 Shatto PlLos AngelesCA90020
Facebook Live Olympic Watch Party for Peace(FLOWPP) will try to connect as many Olympic Watch Parties via Facebook. FLOWPP live stream can be viewed can be seen from One Corea Now FB page( ). Please email us to be part of the broadcast.
Action One Korea(AOK) - One Corea Now
#PeaceTreatyNow #OneCoreaNow #KoreanPeace
2/8/2018 19:00:32
FB Live Olympic Watch Party - Los Angeles - One Corea Now
2/9/20185:00:00 PMFirst Unitarian Church2936 W 8th StLos AngelesCA90005
Facebook Live Olympic Watch Party for Peace(FLOWPP) will try to connect as many Olympic Watch Parties via Facebook. FLOWPP live stream can be seen from One Corea Now FB page( ). Please email us to be part of the broadcast.
Support Committee for Korean Prisoners of Conscience in US - One Corea Now w/ ANSWER Coalition LA
#OneCoreaNow #PeaceTreatyNow #KoreanPeace
2/9/2018 9:27:40
Forum: Which Way In Korea? Threats and War or Olympic Truce and Diplomacy?
2/22/20187:00:00 PMBrooklyn Commons388 Atlantic AvenueBrooklynNew York11217
Learn and Discuss:
Is North Korea really a threat to the United States?
What’s the history of US nuclear policy toward North Korea?
What is the “freeze for a freeze” proposal?
What is the Olympic Truce?

Presentations and discussion by Juyeon JC Rhee, Korean grassroots organizer and Board member of both Nodutdol for Korean Community Development and the Korea Policy Institute, and William (Bill) Hartung, Director of the Arms and Security Project at Center for International Policy and a senior adviser to the center's Security Assistance Monitor.
Brooklyn For Peace, Peace Action NYS, Historians for Peace and Democracy, and Fort Greene Peace
Event is free and open to all. Facebook link here:
Web link here:
2/9/2018 15:11:37Keep the Truce! Stop the March to War!2/25/20187:30:00 AM
pin Hide Map BJ's Restaurant and Brew House,
1807 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.
West Palm Beach,
Florida, 33401
We will gather together at BJ's and watch the closing ceremonies of the 2018 Winter Olympics to call for keeping the truce and stopping the march to war. members of the press (NBC) will be invited.. Information sheets will be distributed and plans will be laid for how we can organize to Keep the Truce and Stop the March to War.

This event is being organized by Peace, Justice, Sustainability Florida (PJSF) and United Against Trump Pence
Peace, Justice, Sustainability Florida
2/14/2018 14:06:30Diplomacy NOT War Vigil at Rep. Walker's Office2/13/201810:00:00 AM
Graham office - Rep. Mark Walker
219 B West Elm Street
GrahamNC27253Vigil and delivery of letter on HR 4837 to Rep. Walker's staff
Indivisible -NC 6 ; Indivisible - Onward; Alamance NAACP, Down Home NC; Alamance Peace Action
If you cannot be there, please call in urging diplomacy and support of HR 4837 - No Uncontitutional Strike against N. Korea 202 225 3065 and for S.2016 call Senators Burr 202 224 3154 and Tillis 202 224 6342
2/14/2018 14:06:12Diplomacy NOT War Vigil at Rep. Walker's Office2/13/201810:00:00 AM
Graham office - Rep. Mark Walker
219 B West Elm Street
GrahamNC27253Vigil and delivery of letter on HR 4837 to Rep. Walker's staff
Indivisible -NC 6 ; Indivisible - Onward; Alamance NAACP, Down Home NC; Alamance Peace Action
If you cannot be there, please call in urging diplomacy and support of HR 4837 - No Uncontitutional Strike against N. Korea 202 225 3065 and for S.2016 call Senators Burr 202 224 3154 and Tillis 202 224 6342
2/15/2018 8:25:06
The Political History of the Olympics: What this means for PyeongChang
2/16/20183:00:00 PM
American University, Batelle-Tompkins Atrium
4400 Massachusetts Ave, NW
Washington DC20016
Jules Boyko , Paci c University, Author of Power Games: A Poli - cal History of the Olympic Games.
Amira Rose Davis, Penn State University, Author of Can’t Eat a Medal: The Lives and Labors of Black Women Athletes in the Age of Jim Crow.
Theresa Runstedtler, American University, Author of Jack Johnson, Rebel Sojourner: Boxing in the Shadow of the Global Color Line.
2/15/2018 11:18:45
Letter Writing Campaign to Promote Diplomacy and Not War with North Korea
2/18/201811:30:00 AM
Sparta United Methodist Church
71 Sparta AveSpartaNJ7871Letter Writing to Congressional Leaders about Diplomacy with N. Korea
NJPA & Church & Society Committee of Sparta United Methodist Church
2/15/2018 20:38:22#Handsoffkorea! Protest2/22/20184:30:00 PM
Senator Any Klobuchar's office
1200 Washington Ave S
MinneapolisMinnesota55415Demand she take action to stop the U.S. from going to war on North Korea!Anti War Committee
2/21/2018 20:14:04Olympic Watch Party, closing ceremony2/25/20187:30:00 PMPeace Action Maine62 Olympia StPortlandME4103Watch Party, Closing Ceremony of 2018 Olympics Coffee & DessertPeace Action Maine
Envisioning Peace and Diplomacy for the Korean Peninsula
2/26/2018 18:44:31
Emergency Action To Oppose US-South Korea Joint Military Action on March 18th
3/18/20182:00:00 PM
In front of Toranomon JT Building a 5-minute walk from Exit 3 of Toranomon Station
Toranomon 2-2-1, Minato-ku, Tokyo-to
TokyoTokyo105-8422Demonstration to oppose US-South Korea joint military action
Asian Wide Campaign, Committee To Stop Amendment To Article 9 (9 Jo Kaiken Soshi no Kai), Antiwar Executive Committee To Abolish War Legislation And Impeach Prime Minister Abe (Senso Hosei Haishi Abe Wo Taose! Hansen Jikko Iinkai), Okinawa Culture Course (Okinawa Bunka Koza), and Japan Korea People's Solidarity Committee (Nikkan Minshu Rentai Iinkai)
3/3/2018 11:06:31
3/21/20187:00:00 PM
Morse Institute Library Natick, MA
14 E. Central St.MillisMA1760Screening of documentary on Korean War, "Memory of Forgotten War", by Ramsay Liem
Metrowest Peace Action
smilincoke@gmail.com508 376-8495
Understanding how Korea was divided will inform negotiations.
3/6/2018 16:52:57
An Evening on Korea: The Dangers of War and the Hopes for Peace
3/8/20187:00:00 PM
Cambridge Friends Meeting
5 Longfellow ParkCambridgeMA2138
Special Feature Film

Game of their Lives“The Game of Their Lives”, a film that provides a very exciting, heart-warming, and deeply humanizing look at the North Korea of the Cold War era that U.S. audiences can relate to. In 1966, DPRK won a berth at the World Cup held in England. The story of the players, how they got there, how they were received at the height of the Cold War, the drama of the games, the totally unexpected embrace by the city of Middlesborough, and what became of the team over the years – is absolutely gripping. So much so that several Korean American organizations sponsored a national screening tour of the film in 2003 with the British filmmakers, Dan Gordon and Nick Bonner. These screenings were among the first real exposures of North Koreans/North Korea to the US public including Korean Americans. And the response was incredible.

7pm Thursday, March 8

Cambridge Friends Center

5 Longfellow Park (off Brattle Street, out of Harvard Square) in Cambridge

Film followed by short update on the new national effort to “Continue the Korean Truce” with Paul Shannon of the National Collaboration on Korea.

The United Nations called for an Olympic Truce to last from Feb. 2 to March 25. During the Olympics and Paralympics we have seen the first high level discussions between North and South Korea in many years. The people of the world saw the United States suspend joint military exercises and North Korea suspend nuclear weapons and missile tests. We saw North Koreans and South Koreans marching together in the opening ceremony under the banner of a unified Korea. New discussions are being planned. But the U.S. is planning to resume military exercises in Korea soon after March 25

We must do everything we can to support the efforts among Koreans to build on the momentum toward a peace process: We must raise our demand that the Olympic Truce be continued after March 25.
Massachusetts Peace Action
3/6/2018 16:54:06Rally to Continue the Olympic Truce in Korea3/15/20184:30:00 PMSouth StationAtlantic AveBostonMA2210
Join the Rally for Peace in Korea:

Thursday, March 15 4:30pm

South Station, Boston

The recent Olympics offered a unique moment to promote peace on the Korean Peninsula and avoid a cataclysmic war.
We saw North Koreans and South Koreans marching together in the opening ceremony
During the Olympics we saw the first high-level discussions between North and South Korea in many years
The People of the world saw the United States suspend joint military exercises and North Korea suspend nuclear weapons and missile tests

The Olympic Truce (called by the U.N. to last from Feb. 2 to March 25) opened up the opportunity for future discussions that could eventually lead to peace.

We must give this small opening toward peace the opportunity to grow and to prevent a catastrophic war

Say YES to the ongoing efforts by South and North Korea to restore a peace process.

Say NO to war with North Korea

We urge our government to end the march toward war and to support the continuation of the talks between North and South Korea.

As the Winter Olympics come to an end,

Continue the Olympic Truce in Korea

Continue talks between North and South Korea

Do Not Resume U.S. military exercises in Korea

Sponsored by Veterans for Peace-Smedley Butler Brigade – Mass. Peace Action – American Friends Service Committee – United for Justice with Peace – Womens International League for Peace and Freedom

For Information call 617-354-2169
Veterans for Peace-Smedley Butler Brigade – Mass. Peace Action – American Friends Service Committee – United for Justice with Peace – Womens International League for Peace and Freedom
3/6/2018 16:56:45Film Screening: Memory of Forgotten War3/21/20187:00:00 PMMorse Institute Library14 E. Central St. NatickMA1760
In the spirit of the Olympic Truce, and in consideration of the looming threat of conflict in Korea, we invite you to join us for a film screening of Ramsay Liem’s Memory of Forgotten War on Wednesday, 7 p.m. March 21 at the Morse Institute Library in Natick.

MEMORY OF FORGOTTEN WAR (2013, 38 min.) conveys the human costs of military conflict through deeply personal accounts of the Korean War (1950-1953) by four Korean-American survivors. Their stories take audiences through the trajectory of the war, from extensive bombing campaigns, to day-to-day struggle for survival, and separation from family members across the DMZ. Decades later, each person reunites with relatives in North Korea, conveying beyond words the meaning of family loss. These stories belie the notion that war ends when the guns are silenced and foreshadow the future of countless others displaced by ongoing military conflict today.

The film’s personal accounts are interwoven with thoughtful analysis and interpretation of events by historians Bruce Cumings and Ji-Yeon Yuh who situate these stories in a broader historical context. Additional visual materials, including newsreels, U.S. military footage, and archival photographs bring to life the political, social and historical forces that set in motion the tumultuous events of the War and its aftermath.

Ramsay LiemRamsay Liem, director, producer, and executive producer of the film, is professor emeritus of psychology and visiting scholar at the Center for Human Rights and International Justice at Boston College. His interests include the intergenerational transmission of historical trauma and the social and historical contexts of Asian American identity formation. He is responsible for the oral history project Korean American Memories of the Korean War and served as project director for the multi-media exhibit “Still Present Pasts: Korean Americans and the Forgotten War”. The documentary Memory of Forgotten War is the most recent product of his work on Korean American legacies of the Korean War.
Metrowest Peace Action
3/10/2018 9:51:15
Candlelight Solidarity Action with South Korea Candlelighters
3/24/20187:30:00 PM
Sakae Fountain Area of Hisaya Odori Park
SakaeNagoya City
Aichi Prefecture
We will show our solidarity with South Korean candlelighters and appreciation for their hard work that brought us this moment of near rapprochement, call for PM Abe to not interfere with the peace talks for the Korean Peninsula when he meets Trump next month, and educate Japanese about the connection between Japan-Korea relations history and the current situation on the Peninsula.
World Beyond
3/15/2018 13:54:35
Korea at the Crossroads: War, Peace and North-South Talks
3/22/20186:30:00 PMNew York University
19 University Place Room 102
New YorkNY10012
Everyone would agree that Korea today is at crossroads towards war or peace. The political temperature has changed around the Korean peninsula from “fire and fury” to the scheduled summit between South and North Korea, maximizing the momentum from the Pyeongchang peace Olympics. In these volatile times, we tend to look for an experienced guide making roads to peace one step ahead of us. Mr. Jong-hoon Kim of the Minjung Party in South Korea fits the bill well. He is one of the two Representatives who held “No War, We want Peace” pickets when Trump spoke at the National Assembly Hall.

His party, the Minjung Party, is a small new progressive party, but is known to make the strongest echoes for peace and reunification in Korea.Rising out of the candlelight revolution of 2017, workers, farmers, the urban poor, women, youths, and students got together on October 2017 to establish the Minjung Party.Mr. Kim and his party started a national campaign calling for permanent and stable peace and proposing actual steps to improve the South and North Korean relations.We hope to have this event be an opportunity for people in New York to hear on the progressive voice from Korea.

Guest Speaker: Kim Jong-hoon, Co-Chair of the Minjung Party of South Korea & National Assembly Representative
East Asian Studies of New York University and Minjung Solidarity of New York
3/15/2018 17:21:57
Korea at the Crossroads: War, Peace & North-South Talks
3/20/20186:00:00 PMBusboys and Poets625 Monroe St., NEWashingtonDC20017
Guest speaker Kim Jong-Hoon, Co-chair of the Minjung Party of South Korea and National Assembly Representative
Code Pink: Women for Peace
3/18/2018 3:32:52
Alaska Peace Center Community News and Opportunities for Action call to actionto Extend the Olympic Truce Indefinitely
3/18/20188:00:00 AM
KWRK-LP 90.9 FM, plus
3535 College Rd, suite 203
Radio and listserve and website call to Contact your Congressional Delegation* and urge them to:
Extend the Olympic Truce Indefinitely Continue talks between North and South Korea Do not resume joint military exercises; with attached information and Alaska congressional delegation contact information and suggestion to spread via social media.
Alaska Peace Centerinfo@alaskapeace.org907-374-0577Thank you.
Screening of Memory of Forgotten War, Mu Films3/21/187:00 PMMorse Library Natick14 E. Central St.NatickMA1760Memory of Forgotten War movie screening, write letters to Congressmen asking for diplomacy
Metrowest Peace Action
smilincoke@gmail.com508 376-8495
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