When: Wed., Oct. 28, 8-9 p.m. 2015
Every year, L.I.N.K. (Liberty in North Korea) sends out college-aged individuals to speak to over 30,000 people across the country to shift the conversation about North Korea from politics back to the people. The Southeast nomads embark on a cross-country road trip to talk about what North Korea really looks like beneath the headlines. This year, they’ll will be doing a 30-minute multimedia presentation, sharing refugee stories, focusing on what the North Korean people can accomplish despite overwhelming political and social barriers, and talking about ways that we can help support and empower the North Korean people.