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Jewish and Korean-American Intercultural Dialogue

Monday, March 31, 2014
01h: 11m:46s | 663 views

Congresswoman Grace Meng
- Presents -
Jewish and Korean-American Intercultural Dialogue

SPEAKERS
Consul General Se-Joo Son
Consulate General of Republic of Korea

Dong Chan Kim
Korean American Civic Empowerment

Michael Miller
Jewish Community Relations Council

Rabbi Moshe Faskowitz
Torah Center of Hillcrest Dean of Yeshivas Madreigas HaAdam

Dr. Arthur Flug
Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center and Archives

Other participating organizations:
Korean American Association of Greater New York
Korean American Association of Queens
Israeli Dance Institute
Korean Traditional Music Association and Institute of America, Kook Ak Won LTD.

Korean American Association of Greater New York
Founded in 1960, the Korean-American Association of Greater New York has not only represented half a million of Korean-Americans residing in the New York metropolitan area, but also advocated for the enhancement of political rights and interests of Korean-American. The Korean- American Association of Greater New York is a non-profit organization which has served as a bridge that connects Korean- Americans to the American mainstream along with approximately 500 other Korean-American organizations in the New York metropolitan area in various fields of specialty, including education, culture, vocational help, and community affair.

Korean American Association of Queens
With more than 32 years of history and tradition, Korean American Association of Central Queens and Korean American Association of Flushing represented Korean community in Queens and helped many Korean immigrants. Currently , KAAQ have40 Korean organizations as members with 40 presidents on our board, including KCS, Korean American Voters’ Council, Korean American Senior Citizen’ s Association, Council of Korean Churches of NY, NY Minkwon Center, and so on. KAAQ is the only representing body of Korean American Community in Queens.

KAAQ holds many programs to protect our rights and interests as immigrants living in Queens Community . We support and benefit Korean immigrants and our member organizations by sponsoring their activities, and by creating bridges between many cultural groups, educational institutions, medical facilities and government offices. We would continue to dedicate our effort to improve the quality of Korean Americans and Korean Community in Queens.

Website: http://www.qcc.cuny.edu/khrca/