Join today's installment of Feminist Politics in Korea and Korean Diaspora at 3:45PM PDT with Nare Park and Liz Sunwoo, Ju Hui Judy Han (UCLA Gender Studies), and gender studies students at UCLA.
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Nare Park is a community interpreter/facilitator working on Tongva land (LA Koreatown) to build community with global majority peoples around food/land justice.
Liz Sunwoo is a community activist and certified professional coach committed to mind-body-spirit connection that is rooted in racial liberation, global solidarity against imperialism and centering feminism.
Ju Hui Judy Han is a cultural geographer and Assistant Professor in Gender Studies at UCLA, where she teaches classes on gender and sexuality, Korean studies, (im)mobilities, and comics. Her research and publications concern conservative religious formations, q***r activism, and protest cultures. Judy grew up in Seoul and has lived and worked in Los Angeles, Berkeley/Oakland, Vancouver, and Toronto.
Co-sponsored by the UCLA Department of Gender Studies, UCLA Center for Korean Studies, UCLA Center for the Study of Women, UCLA Asian American Studies Center, and GYOPO.
Gender Studies 131 // UCLA Spring Quarter 2021