NYC: Friday Oct. 27 – Is war in Korea inevitable?

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War, Korea, Military Bases

Is war in Korea inevitable? Not if peace forces in the US and around the world mobilize.

Joyakgol, a South Korean anti-war activist and musician, is coming to New York City. He has been at the frontline of local villager struggles to stop the expansion of US military bases, to shut down South Korea’s Jeju Island naval base, to prevent the installation of THAAD missiles which enable a US first strike, and to conserve marine life.

With Trump threatening war, possibly nuclear war in the Korean peninsula, nothing could be more timely.

 War, Korea, Military Bases

Friday Oct. 27  at   7 PM at International Action Center 

147 West 24th Street, 2nd floor, Manhattan, NY

Come to discuss a sustainable peace and the Korean people’s struggle against militarism in East Asia at this time of Trump’s nuclear war threats in the Korean peninsula.

Sponsored by: Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space; Nodutdol for Korean Community Development; International Action Center; US Peace Council; Granny Peace Brigade; The Catholic Worker; Veterans for Peace #34 – NYC Chapter; Peace Action New York State; United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC); and Brooklyn For Peace.