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About the Campaign
The National Campaign to End the Korean War is a coalition of concerned Korean American, veterans, and human rights organizations as well as individuals in the United States who are working together to promote permanent peace on the Korean peninsula and a new US policy toward Korea by informing, educating, and mobilizing American people at both local and national levels.

This coalition formed in the spirit of President Obama's campaign promise for a foreign policy that emphasizes diplomacy and negotiation, and to engage in dialogue without preconditions with other countries as a means for resolving tensions.

Download our brochure, and please sign on to our mailing list and join a growing chorus of Americans demanding the end of the Korean War and the beginning of a peace process.
 
The core organizations leading the coalition include:
National Association of Korean Americans (NAKA)
National Committee for Peace in Korea (NCPK)
National Lawyers Guild, Korean Peace Project
North American Network for Peace in Korea (NANPK)
Veterans for Peace, Korea Peace Campaign
We have already the support of over 50 major national, state and local organizations, along with leading figures in the movement for peace in Korea.
 
National Associations, Organizations, and Community Based Organizations

Agglobe Services International, Plymouth, Minnesota and Fairfax, Virginia
Alliance of Scholars Concerned about Korea (ASCK)
American Friends Service Committee, National
American Friends Service Committee, Peace & Economic Security Program, New England
American Friends Service Committee - Hawai'i Area Program
ANSWER Coalition, Hudson Valley, New York
Asia Pacific Freeze Campaign, USA
Boston Korea Friendship Association, Boston, Massachusetts
CAAAV Organizing Asian Communities, New York City, New York
Channing and Popai Liem Education Foundation, Boston, MA
Code Pink: Women for Peace, Washington, DC
Congress for Korean Reunification in USA (CKR)
DMZ-Hawai'i / Aloha 'Aina, Hawaii
Eclipse Rising, Zainichi Koreans in the Bay Area
Fellowship of Reconciliation, Nyack, New York
Forum For Peaceful Reunification Of Korea, Los Angeles, California
Good Friends, USA: Center for Peace, Human Rights and Refugees
International Action Center, National
June 15 Korean American Committee for Peace and Unification of Korea
Korea Policy Institute, Los Angeles, California
Korea Truth Commission, Three Rivers, California
Korean American Cultural Center of Virginia
Korean American League, Michigan
Korean American National Coordinating Council, New York City, New York
Korean Americans for Korea Democratic Labor Party, Torrance, California
Korean Americans United for Peace (KAUP), San Francisco Bay Area, California
Korean Community Center of the East Bay, Oakland, California
Korean Peace Network, USA
Korean Society of Maryland
Koreatown Immigrant Worker Advocates (KIWA), Los Angeles, California
Malu 'Aina Center of Nonviolent Education and Action, Honolulu, Hawaii
Nanum Corean Cultural Center, Los Angeles, California
Nodutdol for Korean Community Development, Queens, New York
Oakland Institute, Oakland, California
One Korea LA Forum, Los Angeles, California
Pan-Korean Alliance for Reunification in USA, Glendale, California
Peace Action and Peace Action Education Fund, Silver Spring, Maryland and National
Proposition 1: Convert Industry from Nuclear Arms to Humanitarian Aims, Washington, DC
Sahngnoksoo, Seattle, Washington
Tri-Valley CARES, Livermore, California
United for Peace and Justice (UFPJ), USA
United Methodist Church, Global Ministries
US-DPRK Medical Science Exchange Committee, Rochester, Michigan
Women of Color Resource Center, Oakland, California
Women for Genuine Security, San Francisco, California
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, U.S. Section
Women's International League for Peace & Freedom, DC Branch
YouthSpeaks, San Francisco, California

Businesses & Media
Hodgepictures, Half Moon Bay, California
Korean Center, San Francisco, California
Korean Quarterly, St. Paul, Minnesota
Korea Report, Washington, DC
DMZ/38, Los Angeles, California
Minjok Tongshin, Los Angeles, California

Korea Scholars
Bruce Cumings, Professor, University of Chicago
Henry Em, Professor, New York University
Cynthia Enloe, Professor, Clark University
Martin Hart-Landsberg, Professor, Lewis and Clark University
Ramsay Liem, Professor, Boston College
Katharine Moon, Professor, Wellesley College
Peter Rachleff, Professor, Macalester College
J.J. Suh, Professor, Johns Hopkins University
Grace Jeanmee Yoo, Professor, San Francisco State University
Theodore Jun Yoo, Professor, University of Hawai`i at Manoa
Ji-Yeon Yuh, Professor, Northwestern University
Nan Kim, Professor, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee