Across the country, WAND is working hard to educate on and advocate for thoughtful, diplomatic solutions to ease global tensions and threats to our nation. Join Georgia WAND Education Fund, Inc. and Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Atlanta (AAAJ) for a Telephone Town Hall on Wednesday, July 12, 6:00-7:00 pm CDT.
Three experts will discuss research about the view of Korean Americans in Georgia about U.S. foreign policy with North Korea.
The call features:
Dr. Kathryn Weathersby: Visiting Professor of History at Korea University, in Seoul, and co-founder and deputy director of the university’s Korean War Archive. Kathryn holds a Ph.D. in Modern Russian history, with a second field in Modern East Asia, from Indiana University.
Paul Carroll: Program Director at Ploughshares Fund, Paul has a particular expertise on the Department of Energy’s nuclear weapons infrastructure – where warheads are designed, built, tested, and stored. He also is an expert on North Korea’s program and the challenges to limiting it, having traveled to the DPRK twice with nongovernmental delegations.
James Chan Woo: Communications and Outreach Associate at Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Atlanta. James worked for The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Category II organization, Asia-Pacific Centre of Education for International Understanding in Seoul, South Korea; James speaks Korean.
Moderated by Lindsay Harper, Georgia WAND Program and Communications Manager
What: Telephone Town Hall about U.S. / Korean Peninsula Foreign Relations
When: Wednesday July 12, 7:00 – 8:00 pm EST
RSVP: Please provide your name and number in the form by clicking here; we will call you for this Telephone Town Hall (not the other way around). You will have the opportunity to ask questions.