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CKA is a national, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization of successful Korean American leaders. Our mission is to assert a strong, clear voice on issues vital to Korean Americans while helping them engage in American society to achieve meaningful success.

CKA encourages thoughtful, reasoned discourse within our diverse membership. While all members support CKA’s mission, some may disagree with its specific policy positions. CKA’s views as expressed on this website are consistent with board-approved policies and should not be attributed to any individual member or members.

Baltimore Unrest & Korean American Merchants

May 6th, 2015|

WASHINGTON-- CKA expresses profound sympathy for all those affected by the death of Freddie Gray. As Americans, we stand with all those who advocate for social justice, who strive for peaceful change and who believe [...]

Comfort Women

April 21st, 2015|

CKA raised concerns about Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's address to Congress on April 29, 2015: The Abe government has acted in a manner contrary to House Resolution 121, which stated that "the Government of [...]

CKA Supports Immigration Reform

December 10th, 2014|

The Council of Korean Americans supports immigration reform. We hope the President’s actions will soon lead to reduced backlogs of family visas; more green cards for professional and technical workers; a path to citizenship for [...]

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