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Korea reconciliation

Korea Peace Festival and March

Jul 27, 2018
Washington, D.C.

Ending the Korean War and Pursuing Peace
65th Anniversary of the Korean War Armistice

Friday, July 27, 2018 
6:30PM to 8:30pm
Korean Cultural Performances
Women Cross DMZ Video
Peace Story Telling
Foundry United Methodist Church
1500 16th St NW, Washington, DC 

Saturday, July 28, 2018
9am: “What Next?” forum
11:30am: Peace March from Foundry UMC
 Noon: Vigil at White House/Farragut Square
17th & K ST. NW

64th Anniversary of Korean War Armistice

Jul 27, 2017

The armistice was signed on Jul 27, 1953 to temporarily suspend the Korean conflict that broke out in 1950. Since then, no peace treaty has been signed to officially declare the end of the war.

To sign the Korea Peace Petition, go to 

For analysis on current options for peace on the Korean peninsula, read:

Pat Cunningham and peace demonstrators at JeJu Island

Korea: Moving from crisis to peace

The following article is written by Irish Columban missionary priest Pat Cunningham, SSC, who lives and works in Seoul, South Korea. Father Cunningham is an active member of the Catholic Nonviolence Initiative and the Catholic solidarity movement for peace on the Korean peninsula which opposes the construction of a military base to host U.S. military ships and personnel on the beautiful island of Jeju.

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