You might have heard the news about Trump’s “fire and fury” posturing toward North Korea, and threats of escalation that could go nuclear.
Did you know that the controversial, hyper-militarized, and locally reviled THAAD missile defense system is also slated to be built on a site that is sacred to Won Buddhists?
Wanna know how you can support fierce and inspiring Korean movements — not only to resist militarization, but to unify the peninsula, heal trauma that separates families and loved ones, and ultimately end all wars?
This special recorded call was generously offered by rad friends from Hella Organized Bay Area Koreans (HOBAK) — an intergenerational, U.S.-based social justice group focusing on Korean diaspora and solidarity.
HOBAK is a politically centered group of Coreans in Diaspora who build community with each other in the spirit of Tongil/Reunification.