How much do you know about the world’s most secretive society? Do you want to learn more about the lives of ordinary people in North Korea?
Every year, thousands of North Koreans risk their lives to escape political persecution and economic hardship. If caught trying to escape or caught in China and sent back, they are at risk of extremely harsh punishments, including brutal beatings, forced labor, forced abortions, torture, and internment in a political prison camp.
LINK (Liberty in North Korea), and organization based on the West Coast, helps North Koreans escape and relocate to South Korea and the United States. LINK is visiting our campus this Friday, October 17th. If you are interested in hearing the stories of North Korean refugees and learning more about the situation in North Korea, please come to the LINK info session on Friday at 6 East 16th Street, room D1004 at noon.
For more information, check out http://www.libertyinnorthkorea.org