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Color from Shadows: A Narrative of the Life and Work of Hyun-Sook Lee Kim of Korea

Color from Shadows: A Narrative of the Life and Work of Hyun-Sook Lee Kim of Korea

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Currently the vice president of the Korean Red Cross, Lee was raised in post-World War II Korea in a Confucian society marked by extreme poverty, heightened tension and militarization due to the political division between the North and South. As a student at the Hanshin Theological Seminary, Lee studied globally conscious theology which focused on politics and international affairs. She is the youngest member of the Presidential Advisory Committee for Reunification and the chairperson of the Advisory Committee of the Reunification Ministry.
Currently the vice president of the Korean Red Cross, Lee was raised in post-World War II Korea in a Confucian society marked by extreme poverty, heightened tension and militarization due to the political division between the North and South. As a student at the Hanshin Theological Seminary, Lee studied globally conscious theology which focused on politics and international affairs. She is the youngest member of the Presidential Advisory Committee for Reunification and the chairperson of the Advisory Committee of the Reunification Ministry.

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Published by: Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice on Jul 28, 2011
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Color from Shadows:
 
A Narrative of the Life and Work of Hyun-Sook Lee Kim of Korea
By Allison J. MeeksPeace Writer
Edited byEmiko Noma
2003 Women PeaceMakers ProgramJoan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice
*Do not cite or use without permission from theJoan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice
 
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Table of Contents
 Heading
Page #
Acronyms 3
 Dropped Apples
4
 Tough Elegance
5
 Outside the Walls
8
  Dictatorship
9
  Naming
12
  Hearing, Speaking, and Seeing in a New Family
13
  Dictatorship II 
15
  Hotline
17
  A Common Education
20
  New Media
22
 The Fifties
24
  Dear President Bush
27
  Across the Divide
30
 Foreign Forces
33
  Direct Dialogue
36
  Just the Beginning
39
 
 
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Acronyms
AFSC American Friends Service CommitteeDMZ Demilitarized ZoneDPRK Democratic People’s Republic of KoreaKCIA Korean Central Intelligence AgencyNCPKP National Council of Peace on the Korean PeninsulaNGO Nongovernmental OrganizationSOFA Status of Forces AgreementWMP Women Making Peace

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