Here’s why we need you to take action for Korea peace today

Dear Friend,

This week, the U.S. and South Korea are beginning 11 days of intense war drills on the Korean Peninsula that will also involve several countries that fought in the Korean War, including Australia, Belgium, Canada, Colombia, France, the UK, Greece, Italy, New Zealand, the Philippines, and Thailand. “Freedom Shield 2024” will undoubtedly further raise tensions with North Korea.

That’s why we need you to act today.

Please join us for this year’s Korea Peace Advocacy Week, March 18-22, 2024, as we urge members of Congress to address the root cause of the security crisis in Korea — the unresolved Korean War — and call for a peace agreement. We must stop this cycle of escalating military tensions, reunite families, and divest from militarism so that we can invest in a safer future for all.

We’ve extended the deadline to register to today, so don’t delay. Register now!

As a participant, you will join two or three half-hour online meetings via Zoom with staff from your Representative’s office, sharing personal stories and urging members to support H.R.1369, the Peace on the Korean Peninsula Act. Once you register, we’ll send you information about an online training session happening this week.

This year’s Korea Peace Advocacy Week is being organized by American Friends Service Committee, Mennonite Central Committee, Korea Peace Now!, Church & Society and Global Ministries of The United Methodist Church, and Women Cross DMZ.

Thank you for your support. We hope you will join us!

Everyone at Korea Peace Now!

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