CKA’s national community research survey will continue to assess the Korean American community’s current political and socio-economic conditions. Led by Professor Taeku Lee, George Johnson Professor of Law & Political Science at U.C. Berkeley, we will 1) analyze existing Korean American population data; and 2) conduct a new national survey for Korean Americans across the U.S. to pull new insights, views, and attitudes of our community toward important societal, political, and economic issues.
This data will prove invaluable to researchers in understanding the economic wealth, voting patterns & political preferences, collaboration with other minority groups, views on the U.S.-Korea alliance, & regional political opinion differences among Korean American communities.
These discoveries will help influence a more inclusive policy-making for future generations of Korean Americans and serve to unify a community that, in many ways, is isolated and underrepresented but yet to be recognized.
To get involved, donate to continue supporting our endeavors to unite and inform the Korean American community through our campaign: https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/lift-korean-american-voices/
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