YOK Center Activities
APRIL 28, 2012
"Confronting Sa-I-Gu: Twenty Years after Koreatown Burned"
Garden Suites Hotel, Koreatown, Los Angeles
The 2nd panel spoke about the changes in LA. Angela Oh was the first speaker at the event.
The YOK Center and a Consortium of Schools and Organizations Successfully Hosted:
Hope Out of Crisis: Lessons from Sa-I-Gu on April 28, 2012!
About 200 people attended, participated and volunteered for the event which was held at the Garden Suite Hotel in Koreatown, Los Angeles.
Speakers included Angela Oh, Emile Mack, Rev. Eric P. Lee, Connie Kang, Do Kim, Martha Arevalo, Victor Viesca and so many more!
APRIL 25, 2012
Premiere of the YOK Center Documentary: The LA Riots: Reflections on Our Future at the Riots, Uprising and Unfinished Business student symposium at UC Riverside.
Angela Oh spoke at this event and students discussed the future of ethnic relations in Los Angeles and the United States.
April 19, 2012
YOK Academy, Los Angeles
Quiz Show based on Unsung Hero: About 500 students, parents and teachers participated int he show.
1st Place Winner: Jorge Santiago
2nd Place Winner: Ivan Portillo
3rd Place: Christopher Ramos
MARCH 5, 2012
Documentary Film Screening about Korean Diaspora in Kazakhstan Screens March 5
Q&A with Director Y. David Chung