Michelle Kang Appointed as Representative of KAPAC Atlanta Branch

Michelle Kang, Korean Voter Director, has been appointed as the head of the Atlanta Branch of the American Citizens Participation Forum (KAPAC).

KAPAC American Democratic Participation Forum, Non- profit Voter Peace Organization

Recruitment of members of the Atlanta branch , campaign to sign the Korean Peninsula Peace Act

Michelle Kang, Korean Voter Director of the Asian American Action Fund (AAAF), has been appointed as the head of the Atlanta branch of the Korean American Public Action Committee (KAPAC).

Michelle Kang has worked with Congress woman Carolyn Bourdeaux to sign the first Georgia lawmaker to sign the Korean Peninsula Peace Act, and Senators Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock have maintained lasting ties with the Korean and Asian communities and close ties with Georgian politicians. It has been representing the voices of Koreans and Asians.

Representative Kang said, “I think the first thing is to support Koreans in the southeast region so that they can sympathize with the need for the Korean Peninsula Peace Act, and further ask the federal representatives of the district to sign as supporters. We will work to improve our political power and nurture the next generation of politicians.”

She added, “In the future, Koreans will participate in racial discrimination and social justice movements and work together to create a society where immigrants and their descendants can express their will. everything.”  

KAPAC (CEO Choi Kwang-chul) is a non-profit voter peace organization that works to promote peace on the Korean Peninsula and the political power of Korean Americans based on the universal value of ‘justice, fairness, peace, unification, and participation in democracy’ established in 2017.

Headquartered in Buena Park, California, with offices in New York, Boston, Washington DC, Seattle, San Francisco, San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles, Houston, Dallas, and Chicago, branch established in Atlanta with the appointment of Michelle Kang as CEO done.

Meanwhile, the Atlanta branch of KAPAC is looking for members, and any Korean who wants to work for peace on the Korean Peninsula, voter solidarity and Korean-Americans political power can apply.

(Inquiry) 678-951-3167, kapac.atlanta2022@gmail.com


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