FREE Film Screening!

Join us for a screening of "My Name is Kim Bok-Dong" at the University of Illinois at Chicago's James Stukel Towers Theater.

This documentary follows the life of Kim Bok-Dong, one of thousands of Korean women who were victims of sexual slavery during World War II and known as "Comfort Women." The film follows her 27-year fight to get recognition and an apology from Japan.

After a short introduction at 5 PM, the film will start promptly at 5:15 PM. The event will include a short educational session at 7 PM with Professor Elizabeth Son (Northwestern University) and a discussion with Ms. Yoon Mi Hyang from the Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance for the Issues of Military Sexual Slavery by Japan.

Light refreshments will be served.

Where: James Stukel Towers Theater
718 James M. Rochford St., Chicago, IL

When: Thursday, 9/19/19 at 5:00pm

Cost: FREE

Parking: 701 West Maxwell Street Garage
1406 South Union Avenue
Chicago, IL 60607, US
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- 정의기억연대 The Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance for the Issues of Military Sexual Slavery by Japan (Korean Council)
- UIC Asian American Resource and Cultural Center - AARCC
- UIC Women's Leadership and Resource Center

Co-Sponsors (will be added and updated):
- HANA Center
- Center for Asian/Asian American Ministry @ Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
- Coalition for a Better Chinese American Community- CBCAC
- The Network - Advocating Against Domestic Violence
- Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Chicago
- Korean American Women's Association of Chicago
- Washington Coalition for Comfort Women Issues, Inc.
- Kappa Pi Beta

For more information, please email

More Info (External Link)
May 11, 2021

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