June 12, 2024

8:00pm ET


KPNGN Reflections on Unbind Your Heart: Korean Han / Grief Transmutation Ceremony, One Year Later

Register here! For the second gathering of our Intergenerational Learning and Healing Series, we will hear from Jungwon Kim and Yoon Ra. Both will share their reflections from last year’s Unbind Your Heart: Korean Han / Grief Transmutation Ceremony where participants transmuted collective, generational grief and rage, 한 / Han, into a wellspring of righteous anger and strength to call for an end to the Korean War.

May 29, 2024

8:00pm EST

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Intergenerational Trauma and the Korean War: Healing Across Generations with Joseph Han & Helena Choi Soholm

Register here! For the inaugural event of our Intergenerational Learning and Healing Series, we will hear from award-winning author Joseph Han and psychologist and shaman Helena Choi Soholm. Both speakers will share their approach to healing intergenerational trauma and grappling with their families’ histories, the legacies of U.S. imperialism, and the ongoing war in Korea. After their presentations, we will break out into smaller groups where participants will have the opportunity to share their own stories.

March 15, 2024

3:00 PM EST

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Crossings Screening at Georgetown University

Join us for a Crossings screening at the Georgetown Healey Family Student Center (Herman Room) on March 15th at 3 PM. Korean food will be provided.

March 6, 2024

7:00 PM EST

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The Gendered Impact of the Korean War: Past, Present, and Future

Virtual Webinar with Suzy Kim, Na-Young Lee, Echo, and Jiyeon Yuh

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The situation on the Korean Peninsula is the most dangerous since the Korean War as multiple conflicts have erupted around the world. In recognition of International Women’s Day, join a webinar with two renowned feminist scholar-activists whose work sheds light on the gendered impact of the Korean War and the role of women to advance peace and justice. Suzy Kim, Professor of Korean History at Rutgers University, will provide a historical account of how North Korean and international women intervened during the Korean War based on her 2023 book, Among Women Across World: North Korea in the Global Cold War. Na-Young Lee, a professor at Chung-Ang University, will provide insight on the impact of the ongoing war on South Korean women, including militarized sexual violence, and the efforts underway in South Korea to hold the ROK government and U.S. military accountable. Women Cross DMZ’s Echo Cho will provide an update of the organizing underway by the Korea Peace Now! Grassroots Network in the U.S. towards ending the Korean War. The event will be moderated by Northwestern University professor Ji-Yeon Yuh, Women Cross DMZ Board Member.