Four-year push by Adoptees for Justice to get a bill before Congress finally pays off
Learning the lessons of Korean independence fighters by visiting Seodaemun Prison History Hall
Exhibit and book project “Placed: korean adoptees reclaiming identity” gets launched
Anti-abortion activists are cautioned against using an adoptees’ stories for their own agendas.
An adoptive parent views racial realities from an observation of her childrens’ lives
Peace activist Christine Ahn talks about dreams, mentors and hope for the long view
Adoptee Kara Bos won a paternity suit in South Korea: What’s next?
How East and West view suicide is seen in opinions about the famous leader’s recent death
Korean middle schoolers write about how coronavirus improved family life even as it increased stress in society
Documentary film “Land of My Fathers” explores the symbolism of Dokdo to Koreans today
The legacy of Korea’s Independence Movement
Class Warfare: The films of Joon Ho Bong
Korean Shamanism, adoption, identity… and me
Activists in a Jeju Island village are a ray of hope
The ugly legacy of military prostitution in South Korea
Two sisters, heroes of the U.S. and Korea Olympic hockey teams, get a warm welcome from hometown folks