Korean American Non-Profit Seeks to Help Eligible Individuals Apply for Citizenship with Free Workshop
As the presidential elections are quickly approaching, the Korean Resource Center (KRC) has decided to offer free workshops on how to apply for citizenship to help as many Korean immigrants as possible to become eligible to vote.
The effort to 'give back 10 percent to the community' by Open Bank and Open Stewardship Foundation has continued once again this year. According to the foundation, this year's process focused more on transparency and integrity during the evaluation and selection process of the applicants.
A group of Korean American community service organizations have held hands to provide a 'healing seminar' for Korean mothers in Los Angeles. The seminar, themed 'How is your heart, Mom?', will take place at the Korean American Family Services (KFAM) office from 10 AM to 12 PM on March 31, and is co-hosted by KFAM, Koreatown Youth and Community Center (KYCC), and YNOT Community Services.
What would a Christian’s perspective look like regarding the issue of the Japanese Army’s ‘comfort women’? How could the long-lasting and historical pain that resulted from their abuse be resolved? The Presbyterian Theological Seminary in America hosted a forum regarding the issue called, “Christian Social Justice and the Japanese Army’s Comfort Women Issue” on March 17.
Refugees have increased risk of psychotic disorders as compared to native-born and other people who have migrated for other reason apart from fleeing war, according to a new Swedish study published in BMJ medical journal.
About 20 leaders of the community and homeless ministries gathered in Los Angeles on Tuesday morning to share and discuss what they have been doing thus far in terms of reaching out to the homeless, what resources they need and may be able to receive from the government, and ways they can partner with the government to be more effective in their outreach.
The Vatican will venerate Mother Teresa into a Saint, who was known for her tireless serving of the poor. Pope Francis has approved the canonization of Mother Teresa, and thousands of her admirers will come to witness the event on September 4.
America is paying its final tribute to former first lady Nancy Reagan today at her burial service at Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Ventura County, California.
Queen Elizabeth was not pleased with the plans to legalize same-sex marriage in 2013, according to a report by Daily Mail.
La Palma City Council Member Peter Kim’s journey with politics began at a young age, beginning with his internship at Congressman Ed Royce’s office as a high school student. Kim also volunteered in Republican politics as a college student at the University of California, Irvine.
Financial Fraud Lawsuit Against Gospel for Asia Causes National Religious Broadcasters to Cut Ties with GFA
A financial affair led the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), an international association of Christian broadcasting networks, to cut ties with Gospel for Asia (GFA), a missionary organization that aims to spread the gospel throughout Asia. In the beginning of February, a lawsuit claiming the misuse of donor money was filed against Gospel for Asia.
Oklahoma City Thunder assistant coach Monty Williams delivered a eulogy at his wife's funeral on Thursday thanking supporters for their prayers, and reminding some 900 individuals who were present of what is truly important in life.
Former UN secretary-general and a veteran Egyptian veteran Boutros Boutros-Ghali passed away on February 16th at the age of 93 in Cairo.
In a span of 40 minutes, a violent riot stirs in Topo Chico prison, located in the northeastern Mexican city of Monterrey, resulting in a brutal massacre killing 40 people, and leaving 5 out of the 12 injured in critical conditions.
Temple Israel of Hollywood had some unusual guests during its Friday night Shabbat: a group of some 20 Korean American teenagers, a youth pastor, a Korean parent, and a few church youth group leaders. The visit was the second in an exchange that Temple Israel participated in with Los Angeles Christian Presbyterian Church (LACPC), the first of which involved Temple Israel’s youth visiting LACPC’s Sunday youth worship service in December.