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John H. Kim
John H. Kim is a 1.5-generation Korean American attorney in private practice
in New York, specializing in immigration, business, and international law.
He also represents various non-profit community organizations as their legal
counsel. Kim has been a long-time community, civic activist, working on
various issues such as immigrants' rights, community empowerment, "comfort
women," US-Korea relations, peace, etc. He was a founding member of NAKA
(The National Association of Korean Americans) and served as the first
General Secretary of NAKA, 1994-1998. He currently serves as a member of the
national board of directors and president of the New York Chapter of NAKA.
He also serves as a member of the national board of directors of the
Veterans For Peace, the UN Representative for FOR (Fellowship Of
Reconciliation), and president of the New York Coalition on Comfort Women
Issues. In addition, he has been a Researcher on Korea for the Landmine
Monitor Report, an annual publication of the International Campaign to Ban
Landmines. He received his B.A. and M.I.A. from Columbia University and J.D.
from Fordham University.
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