Solidarity Peace Delegation to South Korea

No to THAAD in Korea,

Yes to Peace through Dialogue


Solidarity Peace Delegation of the Task Force to

Stop THAAD in Korea and Militarism in Asia and the Pacific and the

Channing and Popai Liem Education Foundation, July 2017

Under cover of darkness a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile defense system was installed in Seongju City, ROK in April 26 this year, in spite of daily and growing opposition from local villagers and their nation-wide supporters and without official deliberation by South Korea’s governing bodies. Protesters correctly fear that its deployment will strain their country’s already delicate relationship with China, embolden militaristic and anti-democratic political forces in their own country, and exacerbate tensions between North and South Korea. They also worry about potential negative health and environmental effects associated with the operation of the THAAD radar system, and defilement of sacred lands like the nearby pilgrimage site of the Won Buddhist community.

U.S. and some ROK officials claim the THAAD system will protect South Korea from the threat of North Korean missiles. However, because it is stationed 135 miles south of Seoul, virtually all observers agree that the 25 million Koreans living in the capital city area fall outside THAAD’s protective shield. Even more damning, missile defense expert, MIT physicist Ted Postol, adds there is no demonstrable evidence that THAAD is effective under live fire conditions with multiple incoming missiles and decoys. On the other hand, THAAD radar in South Korea has the capacity to monitor missile systems in China, which many suspect is a chief U.S. objective in insisting on stationing it in Korea. China has voiced its opposition to THAAD in Korea in no uncertain terms, enacted economic retributions against South Korea, and threatened an accelerated arms race.

The U.S. THAAD deployment in South Korea is part of the U.S. “pivot” to the Asia Pacific. It expands the already significant network of U.S. missile defense systems encircling China and Russia. This effort to boost declining U.S. political and economic influence in the region comes at a high cost, however, to the American people. It diverts billions of dollars away from critical domestic needs at a time of decaying infrastructure, unprecedented economic inequality, and limited access to basic human services. It also compromises the principles as well as safety of peace-loving Americans by intensifying regional military tensions, fuelling a new arms race, and threatening a renewed outbreak of fighting on the Korean peninsula, this time involving nuclear weapons with unimaginable consequences for human life.

The U.S. deployment of THAAD also complicates North/South Korean relations at a time when North Korea has offered to freeze its nuclear weapons program in exchange for an end to or significant reduction in annual U.S.-South Korea war games. This proposal was routinely rejected by the Obama administration. But today a growing number of respected U.S. officials and policy analysts such as Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, Jane Harman, former congresswoman and head of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and William Perry, Secretary of Defense during the first Clinton administration, have expressed support for considering a freeze and halting war games as a first step toward addressing North Korea’s security concerns as well as those of the U.S, its allies, and China and Russia in light of North Korea’s progress in producing nuclear capable ICBMs.

Most Americans know nothing about THAAD, the opposition of South Koreans to its deployment, or recent diplomatic overtures by North Korea to reduce tensions on the peninsula. Even fewer remember the Korean War, are aware that the U.S. retains war time control over South Korea’s armed forces, or understand the desire of the Korean people to achieve the peaceful reunification of their country. Yet, these unknowns should be of vital concern to people in the United States. Should the fragile armistice agreement that halted the fighting but did not end the Korean War give way to renewed fighting, we, along with Koreans in the North and South and countless others in the region will suffer untold losses. In the words of U.S. Secretary of Defense, James Mattis, “…if this goes to a military solution, it is going to be tragic on an unbelievable scale…”

At this critical moment, the U.S. and South Korean governments can continue to fuel the fires of war in Korea by further militarizing South Korea or take steps to create international conditions for a lasting peace in Korea. Whichever path the U.S. adopts will be done in the name of the American people. It is, therefore, incumbent upon citizens of the U.S. to engage and work with the people of Korea to arrive at mutually agreeable, peaceful means to resolve hostilities in the region. Beginning this collective work is a primary goal of our delegation.

The Solidarity Peace Delegation travels to South Korea to express the solidarity of peace-loving Americans to those in Korea fighting the THAAD deployment and seeking a fundamental resolution to conflict on the peninsula and in the region. We aim to strengthen mutual understanding about how to achieve these objectives with the goal of aligning U.S. policy with the desire of the Korean people to achieve a lasting peace on the peninsula and, ultimately, the peaceful and independent reunification of Korea.

Recognizing the immense social and economic costs of increased militarization of Korea for both the American and Korean people, the Solidarity Peace Delegation calls upon the governments of the United States and the Republic of Korea to:

  1. Remove THAAD from South Korea.

  2. Halt the arms race on the Korea peninsula by ending the U.S.-South Korea war games in favor of an agreement by North Korea to freeze its production of nuclear weapons and missile testing.

  3. Engage in diplomacy with North Korea to end the Korean War with a peace treaty, normalize relations with North Korea and support all efforts by the Korea people to achieve the peaceful reunification of their country.

Finally, we state our intention to build solidarity in the U.S. for the struggle against the stationing of THAAD in South Korea and the expansion of U.S. militarism in Asia. We also call on peace-loving people in the United States and globally to join us in this effort.


Task Force to Stop THAAD in Korea and Militarism in Asia and the Pacific

Channing and Popai Liem Education Foundation


Medea Benjamin, CODEPINK

Reece Chenault, U.S. Labor Against the War

Will Griffin, Veterans for Peace, Task Force to Stop THAAD in Korea and Militarism in Asia and the Pacific

Juyeon Rhee, Task Force to Stop THAAD in Korea and Militarism in Asia and the Pacific

Jill Stein, 2016 presidential candidate, Green Party U.S.A.


Members of the STIK Steering Committee:

Solidarity Committee for Democracy and Peace in Korea

Korea Policy Institute

Philadelphia Committee for Peace and Justice in Asia

Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space

Veterans For Peace, National Office

ANSWER (Act Now to Stop War & End Racism) Coalition

Asian American Resource Workshop, Boston, MA

Asian Americans United, Philadelphia, PA

Asian Green News, Seattle, WA

Association d'amitié franco-coréenne (France-Korea Friendship Association), Paris, France


Brandywine Peace Community, Philadelphia, PA

Brooklyn For Peace, Brooklyn, NY

CAAAV Organizing Asian Communities

Campaign for International Co-operation and Disarmament - CICD, Carlton South Victoria, Australia

Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament - CND, United Kingdom

Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament - CND, Yorkshire

Campaign for Peace, Disarmament and Common Security

Centre County Green Party, Pennsylvania

Centre County Green Party, Pennsylvania, Port Matilda, PA

Citizens Opposing Active Sonar Threats - COAST, Hancock, ME


Columban Center for Advocacy and Outreach, Washington D.C.

Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism

Community of Living Traditions at Stony Point Center, Stony Point, NY

Eclipse Rising, Oakland, CA

Ecumenical Peace Institute/Clergy and Laity Concerned, Berkeley, CA

Friedens- und Begegnungsstätte Mutlangen, Germany

Friends of the Progressives (진보의 벗)


Global Social Justice, Belgium

Granny Peace Brigade Philadelphia

Green Party of the United States

Green Party Latinx Caucus

Green Party of Hawai'i

Green Party of Pennsylvania

Green Rainbow Party of Massachusetts

The Hampton Institute

Hawai`i Okinawa Alliance - HOA

Hella Organized Bay Area Koreans - HOBAK, Oakland, CA

Hilton Head Pax Christi, Hilton Head, SC

Independent and Peaceful Australia Network, Canberra, Australia

International Action Center

International Coordinating Committee of the Network No to War - No to NATO

Iraq Veterans Against the War

Korean American League

Korean American National Coordinating Council, Inc. - KANCC

LEPOCO Peace Center - Lehigh-Pocono Committee of Concern

Marrickville Peace Group, Sydney, Australia

Massachusetts Peace Action

Medical Association for Prevention of War, Australia

Moana Nui Action Alliance

Muslim Peace Fellowship, Stony Point, NY

Nodutdol for Korean Community Development

North Alabama Peace Network

North Korea Friendship & Love Society, Los Angeles, CA

Nuclear Age Peace Foundation

NY Chapter of Ham Seok Heon Ideology Institute (함석헌사상연구회 뉴욕지부)

Okinawa Environmental Justice Project, Nago City, Okinawa, Japan

One Heart for Justice (북가주 공감), Hercules, CA

Party for Socialism and Liberation

Peace Action

Peace and Freedom Party, California

Peace, Justice, Sustainability Florida

Peacehome Campaigns

Peaceworkers, San Francisco, CA

People's Democracy Party (환수복지당), Seoul, South Corea

Red Mexicana de Mujeres, SC, Mexico

Roots Action

Swedish Peace Council

The Supporting Committee for Korean Prisoners of Conscience (미주민가협양심수후원회)

Support Committee for Korean Prisoners of Conscience in U.S., Los Angeles, CA

Teleologics, Spokane WA

Tulsa Peace Fellowship, Tulsa, OK

United National Antiwar Coalition - UNAC

US Peace Council

Veterans for Peace, NYC Chapter 034, Flushing, NY

Veterans for Peace UK, Manchester, United Kingdom

Veterans for Peace, San Francisco Chapter 69, CA

Veterans for Peace, East Bay Chapter 162, CA

Vrede vzw, Belgium

War Resisters League

Western States Legal Foundation, Oakland, CA

WMASS Boricuas for the Liberation of Puerto Rico

Women for Genuine Security

Won Buddhism of North Carolina

World Beyond War



Adam Broinowski, Australian National University

Adrian C.Y. Fu, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Aelee Yu, Liege, Belgique (Belgium)

Ajamu Baraka, National Organizer, Black Alliance for Peace

Albert Sargis, Veterans for Peace, Oakland, CA

Alex Hing, APALA - Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, New York, NY

Alice Dubiel, Planet Art, Seattle WA

Alice Slater, Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, World Beyond War, New York, NY

Amy Swank, Altaville, CA

Angela Kim, Massachusetts Peace Action, Boston, MA

Angelo Baracca, Comitato Fermiamolaguerra Firenze, Italy

Anita Rios, former Co-chair of the Green Party US, Toledo, OH

Ann Wright, Veterans for Peace, Honolulu, HI

Arlene Hickory, Lake Bluff, IL

Arthur Rosenwald, Mt. Helena, West Australia

Ayesha Gill, IWW - Industrial Workers of the World, Oakland, CA

Ayumi Temlock, New Jersey Peace Action, Bloomfield, NJ

B Soltis, Chester County Green Party, Downingtown, PA

Barbara and Jim Dale, Members, United Methodist Church, Decorah, IA

Barbara Cicalese, Ardmore, PA

Barry Ladendorf, President, Veterans for Peace, San Diego, CA

Benjamin JH, Green Party, Bigfork, MT

Benoît Quennedey, French Korean Friendship Association, Paris, France

Brenda Luke, AARP - American Association of Retired Persons, Seattle, WA

Brian Park, Seattle, WA

Caitlyn Chung, Wellesley College, Shakopee, MN

Carmen Trotta, Catholic Worker, New York, NY

Catherine Moore, Braidwood Greens, Australia

Charlotte Phillips, Brooklyn For Peace, NY

Charmaine Barros, member, Green Party Indigenous Caucus, Denver, CO

Chase Iron Eyes, Liberation Ally, Standing Rock Sioux Nation

Cheri Honkala, Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign, Philadelphia, PA

Chris Hedges, author and activist

Christine Ahn, international coordinator of Women Cross DMZ

Christine Hong, Korea Policy Institute, Santa Cruz, CA

Christine Wong, Asian Green News, Seattle, WA

Chuck Pease, Phoenix, AZ

Cindy Read, San Francisco, CA

Cornel West, author and activist

Crystal Mun-hye Baik, Los Angeles, CA

Daniel Ellsberg, Senior Fellow, Nuclear Age Peace Foundation

Danny Park, Chicago, IL

Darlene Elias, WMASS Boricuas for Liberation of Puerto Rico, Holyoke, MA

Dave Posmontier, Jazz Musicians for Peace, Melrose Park, PA

David Jeang, Montgomery County Green Party, Rockville, MD

David Kraus, Hochin Music, Philadelphia, PA

David Mitchell, New York, NY

David Swanson, World Beyond War

David Webb, CND - Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, Leeds, United Kingdom

Dawn Jones, Green Party, Wellman, IA

Dawn Neptune Adams, Green Party Indigenous Caucus, Bangor, ME

Deann Borshay Liem, Mu Films, Berkeley, CA

Deborah Ou, New York Committee for Implementation of the June 15 Joint Declaration, Little Ferry, NJ

Deni Leonard, San Francisco, CA

Dierk von Behrens, International Campaign Against Nuclear Weapons, Canberra, Australia

Dighong Min, Beltsville, MD

Dohee Lee, Oakland, CA

Dominique F. Dionisi, AAFC, Paris, France

Dongseong Oh, Toronto, Canada

Dr. Jenny Clegg, CND - Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, Manchester, UK

Dr. Catherine-Anne McCloskey-Ross, SD,USA-SP,USA, Johnstown, PA

Dr. Chung Ohun Lee, President, Friends for a New Civilization, New York, NY

Dr. Joseph Gerson, Executive Director, Campaign for Peace, Disarmament and Common Security

Dr. Michael Knox, Chair, US Peace Memorial Foundation

Edwin G. Bergmann, NY Conference of the United Methodist Church

Eileen Rence, Portland, OR

Elizabeth de Young, San Francisco, CA

Elizabeth Grant, Ukiah, CA

Ellen Choy, HOBAK - Hella Organized Bay Area Koreans, Berkeley, CA

Elliott Adams, American Legion, Veterans for Peace, Meta Peace Team, Sharon Springs, NY

Eric Montague, Oakland, CA

Espoir Manirambona, Ottawa Peace Council, Ontario, Canada

Estevan Hernandez, ANSWER Coalition, Los Angeles, CA

Esther Yi, KANCC - Korean American National Coordinating Council, New York, NY

Eugene Kang, HOBAK - Hella Organized Bay Area Koreans, Oakland, CA

Eugene Ruyle, Veterans for Peace, Oakland, CA

Eui-Young Nam, University of Tokyo, Japan

Eun Joo Kim, Whitestone, NY

Evelyn Haas, Northeast Philly for Peace & Justice, Philadelphia, PA

Fatima Harrak, Global University, Rabat, Morocco

Forrest Hopping, UTLA - United Teachers Los Angeles, Gresno, CA

Francis Kokwah, LOH, Aliran, Penang, Malaysia

Frank A. Brincka, Sussex, NJ

Frank Scott, Richmond, CA

Gail Gouveia, Green Party, Merrimac, MA

Gail Whang, Oakland, CA

George Koo, Commentator, Mountain View, CA

Gregory Ross, Veterans For Peace, East Bay Chapter 62, CA

Gwyn Kirk, Women Cross DMZ, Oakland, CA

H.K. Suh, NAKA - National Association of Korean Americans, Fairfax, VA

Hana Kim, Los Angeles, CA

Hee Eun Park, Gangjeong, Jeju, South Korea

Helen Evelev, Granny Peace Brigade, Philadelphia, PA

Hilda Richey, Green Party, Hillsboro, WI

Hosu Kim, Nodutdol, New York, NY

Hung No Yi, retired, Columbia, MD

Hunsu Jang, People's Democracy Party, Chungnam, Corea

Hwanhee Kim, Annandale, VA

Hye Young Bae, Seoul, South Korea

Hyeseon Kim, Port Matilda, PA

Hyon Mi Chang, Nodutdol, Brooklyn, NY

Hyun Choi, Ottawans Remembering Sewol Ferry, (세월호를 기억하는 오타와 사람들),(세월호를 기억하는 오타와 사람들), Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Hyunkyoung Jeong, Busan, Korea

Hyunsook Cho, NAKA - National Association of Korean Americans, Fairfax, VA

Ingeborg Breines, IPB - International Peace Bureau, Oslo, Norway

Ingrid Kepler-May, Family Mediation Center, Inc., Berkeley, CA

Ira Josephs, Delaware Valley Bicycle Club - DVBC, Delaware County, PA

Irving Lee, Transport Worker Union Local 100 (retired), New York, NY

Jackie Park, Los Angeles, CA

Jacquelynne Le, Association Member, San Diego Veterans for Peace, San Diego, CA

Jae Chong, Lincolnshire, IL

Jane Garsson, Green Party, Mill Valley, CA

Janet Tucker, Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism - CCDS, New Castle, PA

Jason Berteotti, Green Party of the United States, Pittsburgh, PA

Jay Spencer, Green Party of New Jersey

Jay Sweeney, Green Party of Pennsylvania, Dalton, PA

Jean-Marc Solak, New York, NY

Jessica Lee, SOOBAK - SoCal Organized Oppression Breaking Anti-Imperialist Koreans, Los Angeles, CA

Jim Albertini, President, Malu 'Aina, Kurtistown, HI

Jim Anderson, President, Peace Action New York State, Buffalo, NY

Jinhee Jang, Seoul, South Korea

Jinhwa Lee, Brooklyn, NY

Jio Im, SOOBAK - SoCal Organized Oppression Breaking Anti-Imperialist Koreans, Los Angeles, CA

Joan Liem, Professor Emerita, University of Massachusetts Boston

John Moyer, Retired Clergyman with Presbyterian Church, St. Hilaire d'Ozilhan Gard, France

Jonathan Chiarella, Gainesville, FL

Jonathan Greenspan, Brooklyn, NY

Jong-Yung Ryu, Mokwon University, Nonsan Chungnam Prob., Republic of Korea

Jordan Woll, Party for Socialism and Liberation, Washington, D.C.

Jose Espinosa, San Francisco, CA

Joseph Jeong, NC Alliance of Truth & Hope (진실 희망연대), Durham, NC

Joseph Kwon, Seattle Evergreen Coalition, Seattle, WA

Joshua McGovern, Duluth, MN

JT Takagi, Korea Policy Institute, New York, NY

Judy Moy, New York, NY

Julie Torgeson, Seikei University, Kita-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Julio Torres, About Face: Veterans Against War (formerly IVAW), New York, NY

Jung Ha Kim, Atlanta, GA

Jung Hwang, Henrico, VA

Jungeun Lee, Seoul, Korea

Karen Thompson, Suisun City, CA

Kate Shim, Coalition of Korean Americans - CKA, Centreville, VA

Katherine Wu, New York, NY

Kathryn Kelly, Independent and Peaceful Australia Network, Canberra, Australia

Kelly Lee, 세월호를 기억하는 토론토 사람들 Torontonians Remembering Sewol Ferry in Canada

Ken Hutchens, Marlborough, MA

Ken Koh, Santa Clara Greens, Los Altos, CA

Ken Kohler, Veterans for Peace, Salt Lake City, UT

Keshy Jeong, SOOBAK - SoCal Organized Oppression Breaking Anti-Imperialist Koreans, Los Angeles, CA

Kevin Jang, PPH, La Canada

Kevin Park, Korea American Network, NJ

Kiara Lee, Progressive Asian Network for Action, Los Angeles, CA

Kil Sang Yoon, Korean American National Coordinating Council, Inc. - KANCC, Baltimore, MD

Koohan Paik, International Forum on Globalization, Hawaii Alliance for Progressive Action, Honokaa, HI

Kristine Karch, Board Member, INES - International Network of Engineers and Scientists for Global Responsibility, Dusseldorf, Germany

Kwan Nam, One Heart for Justice, Hercules, CA

Kyongchi Kim, Broomall, PA

Kyusik Hwang, KANCC - Korean American National Coordinating Council, Philadelphia, PA

Linda Moh, Korean Americans for Social Justice - Chicago, Indianapolis, IN

Lisa Nagle, Green Party, Evergreen, CO

Lisa Okubo, New York, NY

M. Brinton Lykes, Center for Human Rights & International Justice, Boston College, MA

Madeline Shaw, Slate Hill, NY

Mallory Spencer, Delaware County Green Party of PA, Media, PA

Margo Okazawa-Rey, Professor Emerita SFSU, PeaceWomen across the Globe, Berkeley CA

Marsha Tajima, New York, NY

Martha Hennessy, Catholic Worker, New York, NY

Martha Morrison, Marrickville Peace Group, Bardwell Valley, Australia

Martin Hart-Landsberg, Professor Emeritus, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, OR

Mary Slayter, MA

Matthew Hoh, Veterans for Peace, Wake Forest, NC

Maurice Martin, Veterans for Peace East Bay Chapter 162, Berkeley, CA

Melinda Cespedes, Medford, OR

Michael Hong, HOBAK - Hella Organized Bay Area Koreans, Oakland, CA

Michael Kaufman, Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism - CCDS, Oakland, CA

Michael Patterson, Gilroy, CA

Michael Wong, Veterans for Peace, San Francisco Chapter 69, CA

Michelle Kim, San Diego folks remembering Sewol Ferry, CA

Miho Kim Lee, Eclipse Rising, El Cerrito, CA

Mihyang Kim, Nanum, Lebec, CA

Miko Peled, Israeli author, Palestinian Human Rights Activist

Misuk Nam, One Heart for Justice, Hercules, CA

Moojae Pak, Korean American League, Columbus, OH

Namhee Lee, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

Nan Kim, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Nancy JH, Green Party, Bigfork, MT

Nick Deane, Independent and Peaceful Australia Network, Sydney, Australia

No MinKyu, Musosok, 경기도 양평, Korea

Noam Chomsky, Professor of Linguistics Emeritus, MIT, Boston, MA

Norma J F Harrison, Peace and Freedom Party, Berkeley, CA

Norma Martinez-Barrett, Garden Grove, CA

Oliver Stone, Academy Award-winning Screenwriter and Director

Owen Miller, Washington, D.C.

Paco Michelson, Gangjeong, Jeju, South Korea

Pam Matsuoka, Oakland, CA

Pat Cunningham, Columban Mission Justice and Peace, Seoul, South Korea

Pat Fry, Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism - CCDS, New York, NY

Patricia Chimienti, Green Party, Half Moon Bay, CA

Patrick Kuentzmann, France-Korea Friendship Association, Paris, France

Paul Liem, Korea Policy Institute, Berkeley, CA

Peter C. Listino, Media, PA

Peter Deutsch, Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism - CCDS, Aliquippa, PA

Peter Kuznick, Professor of History, American University; Director, Nuclear Studies Institute

Peter Rasmussen, Don and Lore Rasmussen Fund, Berkeley, CA

Phil Tom, Presbyterian Church USA Clergy, Mt. Vernon, NY

Pyong Rhoe, Vienna, VA

Pyungho Kim, Yongin, ROK

Rachel Clark, Veterans for Peace, NYC Chapter 034, Weehawken, NJ

Rae Street, Greater Manchester Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament UK, Manchester, UK

Rael Nidess, M.D., Marshall, TX

Ramsay Liem, Professor Emeritus, Boston College

Ray McGovern, Tell the Word, Arlington, VA

Rebekah Puddington, Mennonite Christian, Castorland, NY

Rev. Duk J. Hong, D.C. Methodist Church, Fairfax, VA

Rev. Unzu Lee, Presbyterian Church U.S.A., Stony Point, NY

Richard Allison, Red Lion, PA

Richard Bahr, CODEPINK, Colfax, CA

Robert Allison, Coarsegold, CA

Robert Evans, Veterans for Peace UK, La ferte bernard sarthe, France

Rohan Sabnis, Green Party, Culver City, CA

Romina Beitseen, Campaign for International Co-operation and Disarmament - CICD, Diamond Creek Vic, Australia

Ronald Fujiyoshi, Ohana Ho`opakeleHilo, HI

Rose M. Kim, City University of New York, Rego Park, NY

Ruah Bull, Roman Catholic Spiritual Director, Petaluma, CA

Russell Wray, Citizens Opposing Active Sonar Threats - COAST, Hancock, ME

Ruth Benn, National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee

Ruth Wilson, Victoria, Australia

Ryan Albano, Menlo Park, CA

Ryan Lee Wong, Nodutdol, New York, NY

Sage Fonnesbeck, Ithaca, NY

SahngHyun Chun, D.C. Methodist Church (들꽃교회), Annandale, VA

Sam Song, KANCC - Korean American National Coordinating Council, New York, NY

Samuel Park, Disciples of Peace, Fullerton, CA

Sandeep Joshi, Salesforce, Jersey City, NJ

Sanghyuk Shin, UC Irvine, Carlsbad, CA

Scott Cove, Green Party, San Marcos, TX

Seung Hee Jeon, Asia Publishers USA, MA

Shawn Kim, Santa Clara, CA

Simone Chun, Korea Policy Institute, Redmond, WA

Simone Elizabeth Schwabe, Oneonta, NY

Sofia Dadap, Party for Socialism and Liberation, New York, NY

Song Im, One Heart for Justice, Pleasanton, CA

Soobok Kim, New York Committee for Implementation of the June 15 Joint Declaration, Teaneck, NJ

Soonki Hwang, Sozo Community Church, Dallas, TX

Stuart Dillon, Veterans for Peace UK, Manchester, United Kingdom

Sug Jeong, Good Neighborhood Church, Woodland Hills, CA

Sujin Lee, Oakland, CA

Sung Man Kim, Mosier, OR

Sungyoon Park, 함석헌사상연구회 뉴욕지부, Hauppauge, NY

Sunil Freeman, Chevy Chase, MD

Sunny Kim, Sahngnoksoo, Seattle, WA

Susan O'Connell, Brandywine Peace, Philadelphia, PA

Susan Platt, Seattle, WA

Suzy Kim, Women Cross DMZ, Highland Park, NJ

Sylvan Grey, Portland, OR

Sylvia Saadati, Nashville, TN

Tarak Kauff, Veterans for Peace, Board of Directors, Woodstock, NY

Terry Park, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD

Tim O’Connor, NFP, Custer, SD

Vivian Weinstein, Food and Water Watch, Denver, CO

Wook Jong Lee, Hyanglin, Seoul, South Korea

Wookbin Moh, Daeham Korean American United Church of Crist, Indianapolis, IN

Yangjoon Kim, Sanghyeon-Dong, Suji-Gu, Yongin, Korea

Yong Choi, New York, NY

Yong Ha, Friends of the Progressives (진보의 벗), Los Angeles, CA

Yong Lee, Los Angeles, CA

Young Kim, KANCC - Korean American National Coordinating Council, Downey, CA

Youngju Jun, One Heart for Justice, Fremont CA

Yujin Park, Nodutdol, New York, NY

Yulgoo Nyhan, Task Force to Support Korean Comfort Women (한국정신대문제대책협의회), Ireland

Yun Park, Charlotte, NC

Yunju Nam, University at Buffalo, NY