Thursday, Nov. 7
UC Santa Cruz
Humanities 1 Building, Room 210
Friday, Nov. 8
David Brower Center (2150 Allston Way)
Nearest BART: Downtown Berkeley Station
On the 60th anniversary of the Korean War armistice signing, all are invited to attend two free events featuring a lecture, film screening, and activist discussion.
“No Gun Ri: No Reconciliation Without Truth”
Lecture by Charles Hanley (Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist)
Screening of Memory of Forgotten War
A film by Deann Borshay Liem and Ramsay Liem
Four Korean American survivors testify to the brutality of the Korean War and the pain of divided families, 60 years later. Interwoven with the history of the war, their stories speak loudly for a long overdue end to the unresolved Korean War.
Additional Speakers: Paul Liem (Korea Policy Institute), Sarah Sloan (ANSWER Coalition), and Stephen McNeil (American Friends Service Committee)
Santa Cruz event co-sponsored by the Institute for Humanities Research, Asian American and Pacific Islander Resource Center, Department of History, Department of Film and Digital Media, Cowell College, Stevenson College, Korea Policy Institute, and American Friends Services Committee
Berkeley event co-sponsored by Center for Korean Studies, East Asian Languages and Cultures, Asian American and Asian Diasporas Program, Korea Policy Institute, ANSWER Coalition, and American Friends Service Committee
Free and open to the public.