Join us for Korea Peace Action: National Mobilization to End the Korean War, July 26-28, 2023, in Washington, DC.
To mark the 70th anniversary of the Korean Armistice, peace advocates from around the country will converge in the nation’s capital to call on President Biden and Congress to officially end the Korean War and replace the armistice with a peace agreement.
This national gathering is being organized by peace activists, humanitarian aid organizations, and groups representing veterans, faith traditions, and Korean American communities. Activities will include a press conference at the House triangle with Korea Peace champions, a community grief ceremony, a rally at the White House calling for peace in Korea, and a conference featuring strategists and activists organizing for peace in Korea.
Schedule of Events
The schedule of events below will be continuously updated as organizers confirm details, venues, and times. We invite Korea peace supporters to join us in Washington, DC, for any or all events in our program.
Once you have registered for the action, you will receive an email with a password for the LOGISTICS page, where we will post updates on accommodations (including hotel discount codes), transportation to and between events, and other important details.
Thursday, July 27: Day of Action
5pm: Rally to End the Korean War @ Lafayette Square
6pm: March to the Koreans War Veterans Memorial
7pm: Interfaith Vigil @ 2 Lincoln Memorial Cir NW, Washington DC
Friday, July 28 9am-3pm: Conference at George Washington University (Elliott School of International Affairs, Lindner Commons (Room 602), 1957 E Street, NW Washington, D.C. 20052)
70th Anniversary of the Korean War Armistice: Prospects and Challenges for a Peace Agreement
Panel with keynote speech by University of Chicago Emeritus Professor and eminent Korea historian Bruce Cumings
The Human Costs of Unending War
Panel with separated families and humanitarian workers
The Threat of Nuclear War
Panel featuring Lt. Gen. Dan Leaf and nuclear scientist Dr. Siegfried Hecker