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The Young Oak Kim Center for Korean American Studies
at University of California, Riverside
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YOK Center Activities of Interest


Korean American Oral Histories Project

Organized by the YOK Center for Korean American Studies, the Korean American Oral Histories Project is an ongoing collection of stories that include Korean Americans from all walks of life, talking about their experiences coming to America, stories of their family's endeavors, early childhood, and how they came to be in the position they are today.

For more information about our project or to browse through our interviews please visit ---> http://kaoralhistories-yokcenter.weebly.com


Asian American Walking Tours

Organized by the YOK Center for Korean American Studies, UCR, the Save Our Chinatown Committee, and the Japanese American Citizen League, this walking tour of downtown Riverside offers a quick look at the city's Asian American history. Contact yokintern@outlook.com for more information.

Click the image below or click this link to view the map ---> http://arcg.is/2rwAEMc


Col. Young Oak Kim Map Tour - ArcGIS

This is a map tour of the life of Col. Young Oak Kim. This guided tour takes you through his life and military accomplishments with photos and storylines to help you understand more about his life.

Click the image below or click here to view the map---> http://bit.ly/NvAMYc


Homicide Data on Korean Americans
Slide Show Presentation

Compiled 2013

1990s - 2010 Korean Homicide Data in Los Angeles (July 2013)


Korean American and Asian American Census Data Comparison
Top 10 Cities in LA, Orange County, Riverside County, and San Bernardino County

Compiled 2012

Click the image or here for the PDF File.