[KS] Association of Korean Adoptees (AKA)

Carl Webb carlwebb at asiafind.com
Sat Jun 26 15:29:08 EDT 1999

Association of Korean Adoptees (AKA) 

 Over the last 50 years, approximately 200,000 children born in South
 Korean were adopted into primarily Caucasian families in the U.S. and
 Western Europe, two-thirds of them in the U.S. alone. This exhibition is
 designed to increase awareness, educate, and encourage broader public
 discussion of this largely unrecognized phenomenon of "silent migration."

 AKA is a Southern California, non-profit, independent and secular group of
 adult Korean-born transracial adoptees and their associates. Its mission
 is to serve as a support group; educate about international transracial
 Korean adoption; provide links to the Korean American and adoptive
 communities; and promote networking among Korean adoptees.

 For more information, call Esther at 213-388-4229.

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