2022 Korean American Studies Conference

2022 Korean American Studies Conference

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In-Person Attendees of the Inaugural Korean American Studies Conference (Photo Credit: TC Kim)
Several of the speakers and committee members of the Inaugural Korean American Studies Conference (Photo Credit: Jini Shim)
Dr. Edward Chang during his keynote speech at the Inaugural Korean American Studies Conference (Photo Credit: Jini Shim)

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The Inaugural Korean American Studies Conference welcomes K-12 educators, Korean language teachers, researchers, scholars and community activists to its first annual conference on April 23, 2022 at the Young Oak Kim Academy Middle School, Los Angeles, CA. This one-day event is held in commemoration of the ‘30th Anniversary of the Los Angeles Civil Unrest’ and is being hosted by the Young Oak Kim Center for Korean American Studies at the University of California, Riverside in partnership with IKEN and the Korean American Ethnic Studies Advisory Committee. It is sponsored by Korea Foundation. We cordially invite you to attend for free, on a first-come, first-served registration process. All COVID-19 related health codes and regulations will be followed. You will receive further instructions, including the ZOOM link, after the registration process is completed. The refreshments, breakfast, and lunch will be provided.

Date: Sat., April 23, 2022
Time: 8:30 AM — 6:00 PM (PDT)
Venue: Young Oak Kim Academy Middle School
615 Shatto Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90005
Registration Due date: Sat., April 16, 2022 (up to 80 in-person registration)
Conference format: Hybrid (In-person or via ZOOM; capacity for ZOOM is up to 300. Zoom link has been emailed to registrants as of April 22, 2022)

Participants: All K-12 educators, Korean language teachers, administrators, parents, researchers, scholars, students, and community activists.
Program: Please see the below table for the tentative schedule with confirmed speakers.

Contact: info@ikeneducate.org

IKEN President, Sung Kim: 909-973-0449


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