Sujin Lee

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Sujin Lee


Sujin Lee was, in 2004, a member of the Korea Solidarity Committee, and she will also be representing Korean Americans United for Peace at the dialog. She has worked widely on economic justice issues, including organizing janitors with the Service Employees International Union's (SEIU) Justice for Janitors campaign, and airport security guards with the Respect at LAX campaign in Los Angeles. She has also worked as an advocate for domestic violence survivors with Shimtuh Korean Domestic Violence Program, and on international human rights issues with Minkahyup (FamilyCouncil to Realize Democracy) in South Korea. Ms. Lee is a graduate of Brown University majoring in American Civilization with an emphasis on social movements. She is presently a Community Fellow at Tides Foundation in San Francisco.[1]

APEN Board of Directors, 2011

Asian Pacific Environmental Network board members 2011;

Movement Strategy Center

Sujin Lee was in 2015 an official Associate of the Freedom Road Socialist Organization connected Movement Strategy Center. [2]

Center for Story-based Strategy extended board

Center for Story-based Strategy extended board as of 2015;[3]

Smartmeme advanced training

Doyle Canning April 16, 2012:

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2012 smartmeme advanced training underway! — with Emma Mulvaney-Stanak, Sujin Lee, Marjorie Childress, Trina Jackson, Lenina Nadal, Danielle Coates-Connor, Randy Jackson, Cindy Wiesner, Rishi Awatramani, Gopal Dayaneni and Kiara Nagel.

References

  1. [A KOREAN AMERICAN DIALOG FOR PEACE AND REUNIFICATION Oakland Museum of California1000 Oak Street, Oakland CA, in the Oakland Museum Restaurant Thursday, October 7, 2004,]
  2. Team, accessed November 11, 2015
  3. Center for Story-based Strategy