Korean Americans need to keep fighting for the issues that define us.

Whether it’s making sure we have representation in Congress, or at the local level, that we keep politics out of our children’s education, or that we stay on the path of diplomacy until achieving peace on the Korean peninsula, Korean Americans must continue to find, develop, and raise our voice.

If we don’t do it, no one else will do it for us.

Here’s why our voice matters:

Korean American “Dreamers” and adoptees undocumented, no chance for citizenship, vulnerable to deportation
Korean Americans without health insurance - highest among Asian Americans
American jobs, $60 billion worth of US exports to South Korea at stake, as part of one of the United States’ most important trade deals (KORUS)
Koreans on the peninsula, seven million in the Korean diaspora impacted by talks on nuclear security, economic development, and peace