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Korea Peace Action: National Mobilization to End the Korean War

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July 27, 2023

Join us for Korea Peace Action: National Mobilization to End the Korean War, July 27-28, 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.

Register here. For more information, click here.

Documentary Watch Party: The Crossings

July 27, 2023
2:30 - 5:30 PM EDT

Join Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft for a documentary watch party to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the Korean Armistice Treaty. Register here.

70th Anniversary of the Armistice on the Korean Penninsula

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July 28, 2023
9 AM - 3 PM EST

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The Korean War 70 Years On

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June 24, 2023

70 years have passed since the signing of the Korean Armistice Agreement, yet the Korean War never officially ended and the US continues its military occupation and brinkmanship on the Korean peninsula. Join DSA IC with the the host of Blowback to hear from Korean organizations and activists from the US and South Korea who will speak on the history and impacts of the war and the possible solutions for organizing toward peace, while countering US-centric narratives that often distort the historical outlook on the war.

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2023년 경기여성 DMZ 평화걷기대회

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May 20, 2023
10-3 PM KST

정전70년, 평화를 향한 경기여성행진

장소: 임진각 평화누리공원

Korea Peace Advocacy Week

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June 5, 2023

Register here to participate in Korea Peace Advocacy Week!

Every year, Korea Peace Advocacy Week brings together hundreds of people around the country to participate in meetings with their members of Congress to advocate for legislation supporting peace in Korea.

Participants of the 2023 Korea Peace Advocacy Week will join two or three half-hour virtual meetings with Congressional staff of their Representatives and Senators, sharing personal stories and urging members to support legislation focused on Korea peace. (An online training session will be offered before the lobbying meetings.)

This nationally coordinated action is particularly timely as tensions on the Korean Peninsula are running dangerously high: North Korea recently displayed enough ICBMs to overwhelm the U.S.’s missile defense system, the United States and South Korea continue to hold provocative military exercises, and South Korea is considering arming itself with nuclear weapons. It’s clear we need a non-military solution to the security crisis in Korea — now.

This year marks the eighth year of coordinated advocacy days for the cause of peace in Korea, and the fourth year of it being held online.

Korea Peace Advocacy Week is organized by American Friends Service Committee, Mennonite Central Committee, and Women Cross DMZ.

Contact Colleen Moore at with questions.

An Evening With Noam Chomsky: The Korean Peninsula and the US Drumbeat to War in East Asia

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April 26, 2023
4:00 PM PST

Join us for a critical discussion with Noam Chomsky regarding the disastrous implications of Washington’s military encirclement of China on the future of the Korean Peninsula. This forum is endorsed by 35 international peace organizations working to foster global activism to counter the growing danger of US brinkmanship in the Asia-Pacific region.

Presented by JNC TV

Moderator: Simone Chun, Korea Policy Institute

Webinar in English, Q & A in Korean and English


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Endorsed By: Action One, Korea Atlanta Civic Action, Channing and Popai Liem Education Foundation, Civic Group INDEPENDENCE, CodePink, Justice & Peace Committee, New York, Korean American Public Action Committee (KAPAC), Koreans for Woori Schools, Korea International Peace Forum, Korean Progressive Coalition of Seattle, Korean New Zealanders for a Better Future, Massachusetts Peace Action, National Committee for Independent Democracy and Peaceful Reunification, New England Korea Peace Campaign, Peace Action, Peace21, Peace Philosophy Centre, Vancouver, Canada,, Seattle Evergreen Coalition, The Campaign for Peace, Disarmament and Common Security, The 6.15 US Committee for Reunification of Korea, The National Institute of Hahm Sok Hon Philosophy, People For Peaceful Korean Unification, Toronto Citizens Alliance for Peace, Toronto Chapter for Korean Universal Basic Income, University of Toronto Alumni for Korea Peace, Veterans For Peace, chapter 113 Hawaii, Veterans For Peace, chapter 69, San Francisco, VFP’s Korea Peace Campaign, Women Cross DMZ, World BEYOND War.

Korea Peace Week at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa

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April 24, 2023
9-3 PM

Korea Peace Table at Campus Center

  • Explore the issues at hand; get the facts; join the peace effort
  • Mon 4/24 – Fri 4/28, 9AM – 3PM

Dialogue: How Peace/War in Korea Affects the World

  • With Christine Ahn (Women Cross DMZ), Kyle Kajihiro (Ethnic Studies), Joseph Han (author Nuclear Family), & Harrison Kim (History)
  • Thu 4/27, 3 – 5PM, Campus Center Rm 307

Film: Crossings

  • Women peacemakers crossing the DMZ from North Korea in 2015
  • Produced/Directed by Deann Borshay Liem (2021)
  • Fri 4/28, 3 – 5PM, Campus Center Rm 307

WATCH: Laying out a roadmap for peace in Korea in 2023

March 1, 2023

2023 has witnessed dangerously high tensions on the Korean Peninsula: North Korea recently displayed enough ICBMs to overwhelm the U.S.’s missile defense system, the United States and South Korea are ramping up joint military exercises, and South Korea is considering arming itself with nuclear weapons. The backdrop to this endless cycle of provocations is the US-China great-power competition, with the Korean Peninsula as its front line. As tensions continue to escalate, how can the Biden administration bring North Korea back to the negotiating table and lay the foundation for peace? The reintroduction of the Peace on the Korean Peninsula Act on March 1 provides an opportunity to advocate for an alternative path for Washington — to explore non-military solutions to the security crisis on the Korean Peninsula.

As we approach the 70th anniversary of the signing of the armistice, this webinar will reflect on the current political context and geopolitical dynamics in Korea and the United States, discuss how the Peace on the Korean Peninsula Act provides a roadmap toward peace, and empower everyday people to take action.

Speakers include:

Christine Ahn, Women Cross DMZ (Moderator)

Colleen Moore, Women Cross DMZ

Andy Kim, Congressman (D-New Jersey)

J.J. Suh, International Christian University (Tokyo, Japan)

WATCH: Congressman Brad Sherman Leads Colleagues in Re-Introducing the Peace on the Korean Peninsula Act

March 1, 2023

Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressman Brad Sherman (CA-32), senior member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, led 19 members of Congress in re-introducing the Peace on the Korean Peninsula Act – bipartisan legislation that calls for serious, urgent diplomatic engagement in pursuit of a formal end to the Korean War. Congressman Sherman made the announcement in a press conference on Capitol Hill and was joined by his Congressional colleagues along with members of the Korean American Public Action Committee (KAPAC) and supporters of the Korea Peace movement.