김경자씨는 하나센터의 무궁 테라스에 거주하시면서 아파트에 거주하시는 다른 연장자들께 한국의 공예품을 직접 만드는 법을 가르치는 위크샵을 진행하고 계십니다. 그는 30대의 나이였을 때 두 아들과함께 서울에서 시카고로 이민을 왔습니다. 유방암의 생존자로서, 그는 어러 해동안 우울증과 싸워왔습니다. 그는 치유의 한 방편으로써 종이 공예 제작을 시작했고, 지금은 그 재능을 통해 다른 사람들에게 치유의 기회를 주시고 있습니다. 이번 달에 그는 하나센터의 자원봉사자로서, 시카고 어린이 박물관에서 열리는 “하트 앤드 서울’ 전시회의 종이 공예 워크샵의 강사로서 참여했습니다. 이를 동해 80여명의 어린이들과 그들의 가족들이 전통적인 한국 공예의 아름다움을 체험했습니다.
Ms. Kyung Ja Kim resides at HANA Center's Moogoong Terrace and instructs Korean craft classes for fellow senior housing residents. Ms. Kim immigrated with her two sons to Chicago from Seoul, Korea when she was in her thirties. As a survivor of breast cancer, she struggled with depression for years. Ms. Kim began making Korean paper crafts as a healing activity and now enjoys sharing this gift with others. This month, Ms. Kim volunteered with HANA Center to lead a craft workshop at the Chicago Children's Museum's Heart & Seoul exhibit, sharing the art of Korean paper crafts with more than 80 children and their families!
2018 Gubernatorial Candidates Forum and Summit
2018 주지사 선거 후보자들 포럼
하나센터는 2018년 주지사 선서 후보자들 포럼에 참여해서, 그들에게 이민자들의 권리를 대변하는 역할의 중요성을 당부했습니다. 2018년은 일리노이주에 있어서 중요한 선거의 해이며, 하나센터는 우리의 후보자들이 지역사회의 현안에 대해 숙지하고 대변해야함을강조했습니다.
HANA Center participated in the 2018 Gubernatorial Candidates Forum & ICIRR Summit, engaging with Illinois Gubernatorial Candidates to understand their platforms and directly advocate for immigrant rights and access. 2018 is an important election year for Illinois and HANA Center is committed to ensuring our candidates know and address the needs and priorities of our communities!
Phonebank for Power with HANA
힘을 위한 하나센터 폰뱅크
하나센터는 자원봉사자들과 함께 두차레의 폰뱅크 활동을 펼쳤습니다. 저희의 활동에 동참해주신 여러분께 감사드립니다! 3월 20일화요일에 있을 예비 선거를 앞두고 저희들은 계속해서 아시아계 이민자들의 투표를 독려해나갈 예정입니다.
We held our first two phonebanking events for 2018 at HANA Center with our powerful and amazing volunteers. Thank you to everyone who came and joined in this important work! Leading up to the Illinois Primaries on Tuesday, March 20th, we will continue to phonebank to engage AAPI voters around #Education4All,#Healthcare4All, and the #FairTaxCampaign.
하나센터에서 월요일 저녁마다 열리는 풍물 모임인 한소리가 처음으로 전시와 워크샵을 겸한 행사를 가졌습니다. 한소리는 매주 월요일 저녁 7시에서 9시까지 하나센터에서 모입니다. 더 많은 정보를 원하시면 하나센터의 맹유진씨에게 연락주십시오 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
HANsori, HANA Center's Monday night pungmul group, held its first-ever exhibition and workshop. HANsori will continue to meet Monday evenings from 7 to 9 pm at the HANA Chicago Center. For more information, contact Yujin Maeng at email@example.com.
하나센터에서 여러분 스스로 시민권 신청을 하실 수 있도록 도와드리는 한국어 교육 비디오를 만들었습니다! 시민권을 신청하실 수 있는 자격이 되시는 분은 하나센터로 꼭 문의하셔서 시민권을 신청하세요! 하나센터 (773-583-5501)
HANA Center created a tutorial in Korean about @citzworks, a free online service that helps you apply for citizenship! Please contact HANA Center 773-583-5501 or at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
HANA Center will be co-hosting a workshop focused on addressing sexual violence in the workplace, with an interactive dialogue about gender justice in our communities. This is part of a 3-part series of listening sessions with the goal of building up a cohort of active community members working to end sexual violence in the workplace and everywhere else! This event is in partnership with Healing to Action, Apna Ghar, KAN-WIN, and UIC's School of Public Health.
Please email email@example.com to RSVP and with any childcare or interpretation/translation needs.
For information or to register: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing the Gap in Health Equity
On Saturday, October 14th, HANA Center hosted our 40th Annual Health Fair at Swedish Covenant Hospital. More than 80 healthcare professionals volunteered to provide 559 in-language health screenings and free and reduced-cost services to 138 Korean American community members from Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. Among those who received care were undocumented community members and a woman in her late 40's who received her first pap smear. HANA invites you to partner with us to support our year-round delivery of health education, screenings, and referrals.
Support for a Clean DREAM Act
We continue to meet with elected officials to urge Congress to support a clean DREAM Act for 3.3 million young people, their families and communities. Thank you to Senators Dick Durbin and Tammy Duckworth and Congress(wo)men Luis Gutierrez, Jan Schakowsky, Mike Quigley, Brad Schneider, and Raja Krishnamoorthi for supporting a clean DREAM Act!
Job Fair with Bee Line
HANA partnered with Bee Line to host a Job Fair complete with on-the-spot interviews. As a result of the fair, we were able to place community members with jobs in one day! To learn about job opportunities or partner with HANA as an employer, please contact Jennifer Brown at email@example.com.
Adoptee Rights Advocacy
HANA leaders met with representatives from Korea Adoption Services to share about our work with the Adoptee Rights Campaign and to advocate for passing the Adoptee Citizenship Act, which would grant automatic citizenship to 18,000 Korean Adoptees. Support the Adoptee Rights Campaign by purchasing a t-shirt!
Drumming Up Power with CCA
A collaboration between HANA Center, Chicago Cultural Alliance, Lawndale Christian Legal Center, and Southside Together Organizing for Power, Drumming Up Power brought together young people and families from all across the city to build community and create a powerful alliance through drumming together! Visit our Facebook page for more photos.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 3, 2017
Nayoung Ha, HANA Center, firstname.lastname@example.org
HANA Center Calls On Congress To Do Their Job
Yesterday, President Trump met with Senate Republicans and they decided against attaching the DREAM Act or any DACA fix to the year-end spending bill. When Trump ended the DACA program, he put the onus on Congress to deliver a solution. It is becoming clear that they do not want to protect our young people. This is morally bankrupt and unacceptable.
What kind of government throws away its young people and its future? The U.S. Congress has a responsibility to provide a legislative solution for the 800,000 young Americans whose lives have been destabilized by the ending of the DACA program. The clock is ticking, and every day that Congress does not act, nearly 1,000 undocumented youth previously covered by DACA will lose their protected status.
We remind all Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle that it is their job to represent the will of the American people. 80% of Americans support a permanent solution for our young people. HANA Center, NAKASEC, and the Korean Resource Center demand that a clean DREAM Act is passed NOW, by the end of this year, and not one minute later. Our youth cannot and should not wait one more day.