LINK (Liberty in North Korea) will present a short documentary about the human rights crisis of North Korean refugees and defectors at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 26, at The University of Findlay. The film screening will take place in Old Main, Ritz Auditorium.
LINK representatives will talk about the situation and how to get involved.
LINK is a human rights activist organization, which was founded by North American college students in 2004. It is a full-time grassroots organization devoted to the North Korean human rights and humanitarian crises. LINK provides protection and aid to North Korean refugees hiding in China and, utilizing a modern-day underground railroad through Southeast Asia, rescues refugees and helps them to reach freedom.
For more information, contact Song-Chong Lee, Ph.D., assistant professor of religious studies and philosophy, at 419-434-5470.
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