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We are moving!

6 years ago

KRC will be moving its LA office from its temporary location at 8th and Westmoreland to Wilshire and Hobard. The address is:

3660 Wilshire Blvd #408, LA CA 90010

During the move, we will be closed from February 25th to March 6th, and resume normal operations on Monday March 9th.

Our phone number, 323-937-3718 will remain the same.

DACA Injunction Update

6 years ago

On Monday, February 16, U.S. District Court Judge Andrew Hanen of Brownsville, Texas, who has previously expressed anti-immigrant views, issued a preliminary injunction that temporarily blocks the implementation process of the expanded Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and new Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA) programs that President Obama announced in November 2014.

It is clear that President Obama has the long-standing legal authority to use this executive power to protect immigrant families and he is not the first to do so. Throughout history, numerous presidents have addressed the difficulties of immigrants through executive action. Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush took bold executive action on immigration to provide millions of people with relief from deportation.


What you should know:

1. The lawsuit does not have any effect on those who already received DACA.

2. The lawsuit does not have any effect for those who need to renew DACA.

3. Those who are eligible under DACA announced in 2012 can still apply.

4. DACA Expansion and DAPA will take effect shortly.  We are just awaiting the result of the lawsuit

5. Continue to prepare for DACA Expansion!

6. Call KRC Hotline for more information 323-680-5725

Ready to Lead Orange County Training

6 years ago

The CA Public Leadership Pipeline Project—Emerge California, The New American Leaders Project, Progressive Majority and Wellstone Action—is hosting another training in OC!

NALP will be facilitating the Ready to Lead training from January 30-February 1st 2015 at CSUF. Let us help your community members develop tools that’ll prepare them for civic leadership from the community level to the Capitol! They can click here for FAQs about the training. There is a slight fee, but scholarship are available!

KRC End of Year Hours

6 years ago

KRC’s Los Angeles and Orange County offices are closed from December 24th until January 4th.

The President Keeps His Promise, But Our Work Is Not Done

7 years ago

NAKASEC, KRC and KRCC welcome President Obama’s announcement that he will keep his promise to fix the broken immigration system through executive action. This new program will provide relief to an estimated 4.9 million undocumented immigrants, allowing them to apply for work authorization, receive temporary relief from deportation, and stay united with their families.

This is not enough. Close to six million undocumented immigrants will continue to live in the shadows and in fear that they may one day be separated from their families. Our communities demand that Congress provide a lasting solution to the broken immigration system by passing comprehensive and humane immigration reform that includes a pathway to citizenship.

Claiming Our Democracy – Community Input Sessions

7 years ago

We are conducting community input sessions with bilingual poll workers or people who served Limited English Proficient voters in any capacity during the November 2014 Election. The purpose of these sessions is to discuss the barriers affecting participation for voters with limited English proficiency and identify solutions to improve access to voting.

We are looking for 10-15 bilingual poll workers or people who served limited-English voters in any other capacity during the November 2014 Election. The Korean session will take place on November 12th and the session for all other languages will take place on November 13th. To participate, please sign up below.

- Korean Language Session
- All Other Languages Session

Immigrant Rights Campaign Coordinator

7 years ago

The Korean Resource Center (KRC) is seeking a committed individual to fill a full-time position as the Immigrant Rights Campaign Coordinator.

• Advocate immigrant rights issues, particularly, Legalization, Higher Education, Enforcement, and Civil Liberties on behalf of Korean American Community
• Assist with and coordinate KRC Immigrant Rights campaigns from planning to evaluation
• Educate and organize community members on issues that affects the immigrant communities
• Coordinate community members’ participation on various immigrant rights campaigns
• Assist with and develop press communications and social media

Job Announcement: Civic Engagement Coordinator

7 years ago

KRC is seeking a committed individual to fill a full-time position as a Civic Engagement Coordinator

 Assist with and coordinate KRC Civic Engagement programs including Voter Registration, Voter Education and Mobilization Campaigns, Voter Research and Polling
 Organize community members and elections volunteers to assist with programs
 Manage a sophisticated voter turnout campaign and to utilize KRC’s computer voter database software (PDI)
 Assist with press communications and social media as well as support major KRC project areas– such as healthcare, immigrant rights, affordable housing — through civic engagement
 Build and work with community coalitions in Los Angeles, Orange County, and throughout California and nationally to protect and advance the immigrant vote

Children Over Politics

7 years ago

To highlight the humanitarian and moral crisis of detained children and mothers at the border, a 5-day fast will be taking place from July 21 to July 25, This is a youth-led effort, initiated by our community’s brave and committed youth.

1) Join the solidarity fast for one email or one day next Thursday, July 24 – and recruit others to join as well!

3) Visit the Fasting Tent @ Plazita Olivera at La Plaza United Methodist Church, 115 Paseo De La Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90012. There will be community meeting everyday at 5pm at the Tent (From 7/21 to 7/24)

Media Advisory: LA Youth Lead Fast to Support Immigrant Children Fleeing Violence

7 years ago

Los Angeles, CA – A diverse group of seven young people between the ages of 15 to 22 will lead a week-long fast in support of immigrant children and their families fleeing violence and poverty in Central America. Fasters are calling for the children and their families to be treated with compassion and are asking Congress and the President to grant them refugee status.

Where: 115 Paseo de la Plaza (near historic Olvera Street) in Los Angeles.

Dates: Monday, July 21st to Friday, July 25th.

- Fast Launch, Monday at 10:00am: Youth fasters joined by more than 150 supporters and community leaders to launch their fast.
- Daily media availability, Tuesday-Friday at 10:00am: Youth fasters will provide a daily update on the fast.
- Fast ending ceremony, Friday at noon: Supporters and community leaders will join youth fasters to end their fast.

Website Technical Issues

7 years ago

We are currently experiencing some technical issues with our website that prevent us from posting on the website on a regular basis. We are in the process of renewing the website on a new publishing platform (but same URL) this year, and hope to address those issues along the way as well.

- Yongho Kim, Korean Resource Center

Immigration Town Hall in Anaheim

7 years ago

Please join us as we continue to push for the passage of immigration reform with a roadmap to citizenship. Learn ways that you can make a difference and hear from congressional representatives on what they are doing to move legislation forward. Come and learn about your rights and how to protect your family.

When: Friday, May 23, 6-8PM
Where: Betsy Ross Elementary School, 535 S Walnut St, Anaheim, CA 92802

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