Our mission is to be a strong, clear voice on matters of importance to the Korean American community and to support our full participation in all aspects of American life.
We believe in a future in which all Americans have the opportunity to serve their country, lead their communities, and work proactively to create a better world.
We believe in the promise of America and our obligation to develop the talent and commitment of future generations to make this promise a reality for all.
Thank you to our mentors, mentees, and participants for a wonderful event on Saturday, December 6, 2014 in Northern Virginia.
Working with our partner, the League of Korean Americans (LOKA), our fourteen mentors spoke with over 80 participants, ranging from middle school to post-graduate, during four small-group and individual sessions.
On December 22, 2014, CKA Members Philip Yun and Jae Ku and special guest Andrea Lee led an engaging conversation about the US response to what intelligence officials believe was a North Korean cyberattack on Sony Pictures.
We talked about what this meant for the future of our relationship with North Korea, and how the opening of Cuba provided insights into what this relationship may, or may not look like in the future.
Over 50 people joined our live webcast, answering survey questions and texting comments to our panelists. Our audience included both concerned Korean Americans and organizations (NGOs, think tanks) working on North Korea.
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