Mansei: visions of freedom from the homeland
Korea Exposure & Education Program - KEEP 2002 Report Back
A reportback of the political struggles for justice, reunification, and peace on the Korean peninsula.
WITNESS the people's struggle in Korea
EXPERIENCE spoken word, song & Korean folk drumming
REMEMBER our collective history, spirit & love
Friday, Dec. 6th
7:00 - 9:00pm
@ C a r a c e n
2845 W. 7th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90005
(btwn Vermont & Hoover)
For more info: Contact Mindullae @ (888) 903-8910 or email
Mindullae (Dandelion) lives free. Enduring and ever-present. The wind
and moon transform one mindullae into many. Like the mindullae, we seek
to spark the seeds of resistance, liberation and self-determination.
The Korea Exposure & Education Program (KEEP) offers an opportunity to
learn about the movements for peace, human rights, national liberation,
and justice on the Korean peninsula through an intense 3-week summer
program to south Korea. KEEP participants meet with workers, farmers,
former comfort women, students & activists firsthand to learn about the
impacts of globalization, militarism and division.
KEEP is a joint national project of Mindullae (LA) & Nodutdol (NY)
(www.keep.org http://www.keep.org/> )