Korean American Grassroots Conference in Alabama
The purpose of the conference is to promote civic engagement of the Korean American community through civic education and voter mobilization. Through collaborative, concerted, and committed efforts between Korean Americans and elected officials, we can uplift our voice and contribute to the robust U.S.-Korea relations.
The conference is organized by the Korea Corner, in joint efforts with the national Korean American Grassroots Conference in Washington, D.C., the Overseas Koreans Foundation, and the Alabama Governor’s Office of Minority Affairs.
We welcome all Korean Americans residing in the State of Alabama to register and attend. In particular, we strongly recommend young adults, college students and high school students to attend. The seats are limited to 120, so please register ASAP.
To learn more about the Korean American Grassroots Conference, the largest nationwide network of Korean American voters, and its national conference in Washington, D.C., please visit https://KAGC.us/
|8:00 A.M.||Registration, Continental Breakfast & Networking|
|9:00 A.M.||Welcome & Congratulatory Remarks|
|9:10 A.M.||Meeting with Mayors|
|9:40 A.M.||Civic Engagement of Korean Americans|
|10:25 A.M.||Korean American Policy Priorities & KAGC National Conference|
|11:10 A.M.||2020 Census|
|11:30 A.M.||Lunch & Networking|
|1:00 P.M.||Town Hall with the Korean American Community|
|2:00 P.M.||Importance of Civic Engagement|
|3:00 P.M.||Closing Remarks|
Once the new conference date as been scheduled, registration will re-open.
Last Updated: March 4, 2020