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Starting March 22nd of 2013, the Korean Resource Center is launching a weekly podcast program to educate and activate the Korean American community on immigration reform. Each week, our organizers and community members will bring stories from the field, community actions in which you can participate, and the latest on immigration reform.



Episode 9 (Monday June 10, 2013)

This Week's Theme is "Raising our Voices in Washington, DC"

  • Stories from our Community: Report Back from Washington DC Trip "Stand with Families: June 5th National AAPI Mobilization for Immigration Reform" led by NAKASEC
  • Stories from our Community: David, a Koreatown high school graduate, shared his story in front of over a hundred Congressional staff members and Members of Congress.
  • Political Update: Troubling Legislative Developments for DACA and Immigration Reform in Congress
  • Call 2 Action: Email me your thoughts, concerns, questions and stories!
  • Services with Jenny: Information about our new KRC Orange County Service Desk at www.krcla.org/oc
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Episode 8 (Friday June 7, 2013)

  • Stories from our Community: Andrew Jung, a US Citizen, shares his story of being separated from his deported parents by our broken immigration system
  • Political Update: During May, AAPI Heritage Month, President Obama met with AAPI leaders including NAKASEC Executive Director Dae Joong Yoon
  • Call to Action: Stand with Families, AAPI Mobilization for Immigration Reform in Washington DC June 5th, 2013
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Episode 7 (Friday May 10, 2013)
The Dream is Now Movie Review

Now with our second ever English & Korean bi-lingual "콩그리시" "Konglish" episode!
  • Jenny and Green review Davis Guggenheim's new documentary film "The Dream is Now" - Watch for yourself at http://www.thedreamisnow.org/documentary
  • Political Update - Senate Immigration Reform Amendments
  • The Good, Bad, and the Ugly
  • Call to Action - check out and donate to our America is our Home campaign at www.krcla.org/Now
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Episode 6 (Friday April 26, 2013)
민족학교 드림방송 이민개혁 업데이티와 New Co-host 손그린 소개

Introducing our first ever English & Korean bi-lingual "콩그리시" "Konglish" episode!
  • Meet Green Son!
  • Political Update - Senate Immigration Reform Proposa Q&A
  • Questions Answered Include: What are DREAM provisions? What does RPI status entail? Is humanitarian bereavement travel possible under DACA? What backtaxes will be required? Are there opportunities to improve the proposals? Can we get a reality check on the chances?
  • call 2 Action - May Day March!
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Episode 5 (Friday April 19, 2013)

What's inside
  • A Step by Step Guide on filling out the AB540 California Nonresident Tuition Exemption Request Form
  • A brief introduction to the Senate's proposed Immigration Reform legislation + A First Look at the DREAM Act Provisions of the Legislation
  • A Call 2 Action: KRC hosting a community meeting on Tuesday April 23 at 6:30pm about Immigration Reform legislation
  • Download the AB540 California Non Resident Tuition Exemption Form and find information about AB540 and AB130 and AB131 (California Dream Act) here: AB540 & AB130
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Episode 4 (Tuesday April 16, 2013)

What's inside
  • Stories from our Community: Report back from the August 10 Mass Rallies for Citizenship in Washington, DC
  • KRC Organizer Kevin Lee Speech in front of the crowds in Washington DC !
  • Services with Jenny: AB540 (California In-State Tuition), how to determine eligibility, how to receive help, and how to apply!
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Episode 3 (Friday April 5, 2013)

What's inside
  • Stories from Our Community: NAKASEC Executive Director Son Ah Yun shares how her father is driven by faith and values to support immigration reform
  • Weekly Call to Action: Join KRC at your local supermarket to raise grassroots support for immigration reform! Jenny and Kevin discuss their experiences in the field.
  • Services with Jenny: Jenny introduces the topic of Family Petitions and encourages folks to submit questions for future episodes.
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민족학교 드림 방송 #3 - 이민 개혁 업데이트
Special Korean Episode - Friday April 5, 2013 The State of Immigration Reform

What's inside

이번주 드림방송에는 민족학교 윤대중 사무국장이 이민개혁에 되해서 이야기 합니다. 가족 이민 초청의 삭감 위험과 포괄 이민개혁 과정이 어떻게 진행되는지 설명드립니다.

  • An update from KRC Executive Director Dae Joong Yoon about the state of immigration reform legislation in Congress
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Episode 2 (Friday March 29, 2013)

What's inside
  • Stories from Our Community: Looking back at the 2010 Campaign for the California Dream Act
  • Weekly Call to Action: Find your Legislator, Enter to win a Starbucks Gift Card
  • Services with Jenny: FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
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민족학교 드림 방송 #1 (2013년 3월 22일) - 추방유예 정보
Special Korean Episode - All About Deferred Action (DACA)

What's Inside
  • Yongho Kim and Hyunkyu Lee of the Korean Resource Center discuss Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and answer some Frequently Asked Questions

이번주 방송 내용은 추방유예 입니다. 민족학교에 김용호와 이현규 실무진들이 방송 진행을 합니다.

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Episode 1 (Friday March 22, 2013)

What's inside
  • Stories from Our Community: Mr. Jung
  • Weekly Political Update: Immigration Reform Principles, Keep Families Together
  • Updates on the immigration Reform Debate
  • Call to Action: Join KRC email list at www.krcla.org . Debrief from Rally at Senator Dianne Feinstein LA Office
  • Services with Jenny: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Eligibility
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