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LA July 27: Women and Building Peace with North Korea

On Saturday, July 27th, from 6pm-8pm at the Culver City Peace Center,  join Christine Ahn, Executive Director of Women Cross DMZ and Joy Yoon, a humanitarian worker who is one of the handful of Americans to have lived extensively in North Korea. They will discuss women and the movements for peace with North Korea. 

July 27th, 2019 marks the 66th anniversary of the ceasefire which temporarily halted the 1950-53 Korean War. The recent meeting between U.S. and North Korean leaders at the DMZ revived stalled diplomacy between the two countries, presenting a critical window to finally end the Korean War.
Join us for an evening of discussion about how women continue to lead the movement for peace and reconciliation and how we can build momentum to press for legislation calling for a formal end to the Korean War. 
This event is co-sponsored CODEPINK, Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace, Peace Action, KIWA, June 15 U.S. West Coast Committee for reunification of Korea, Korean American National Coordinating Council, Peace21.org, U.S. Support Committee for Korean Prisoners of Conscience, Korean Peace Alliance, Korea Peace Now! and Women Cross DMZ. Light refreshments will be provided from 5:30PM-6:00PM preceding the discussion.  

 

 

WHEN

July 27, 2019 at 6pm - 8pm

WHERE

Peace Center
3916 Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City, CA 90230, United States,

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CONTACT

Carley ·

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Add to Calendar 27-07-2019 18:00:00 27-07-2019 20:00:00 America/Los_Angeles LA July 27: Women and Building Peace with North Korea On Saturday, July 27th, from 6pm-8pm at the Culver City Peace Center,  join Christine Ahn, Executive Director of Women Cross DMZ and Joy Yoon, a humanitarian worker who is one of the handful of Americans to have lived extensively in North Korea. They will discuss women and the movements for peace with North Korea.  July 27th, 2019 marks the 66th anniversary of the ceasefire which temporarily halted the 1950-53 Korean War. The recent meeting between U.S. and North Korean leaders at the DMZ revived stalled diplomacy between the two countries, presenting a critical window to finally end the Korean War. Join us for an evening of discussion about how women continue to lead the movement for peace and reconciliation and how we can build momentum to press for legislation calling for a formal end to the Korean War.  This event is co-sponsored CODEPINK, Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace, Peace Action, KIWA, June 15 U.S. West Coast Committee for reunification of Korea, Korean American National Coordinating Council, Peace21.org, U.S. Support Committee for Korean Prisoners of Conscience, Korean Peace Alliance, Korea Peace Now! and Women Cross DMZ. Light refreshments will be provided from 5:30PM-6:00PM preceding the discussion.       3916 Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City, CA 90230, United States Carley carley@codepink.org

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