If you are near our mountain, come see us June 29th at 7 p.m.
First Presbyterian Church of Elizabethton will host a screening of the National Geographic documentary “Inside North Korea”. The screening is free and open to the public.
Four college students (nomads) are coming to Elizabethton to tell us about what is happening in North Korea, why they care, and why we should as well. Here is a flier to download and information from the LINK website:
Hosted by Lisa Ling, field correspondent for The Oprah Winfrey Show and sister of Laura Ling, one of the two American journalists recently detained in North Korea, this powerful documentary looks at what life is like inside North Korea.
LiNK is a non-profit human rights organization dedicated to the work of raising awareness about the human rights and humanitarian crisis in North Korea through the use of media and grassroots support. We help those who have fled their country because of this crisis – refugees – by sheltering them, advocating for them to governments all over the world, helping them resettle in countries that will accept them, and ultimately empowering them to live new lives.
LiNK exists so that one day the crisis in North Korea will not. We operate under a mandate that does not allow us to remain silent about the human rights and refugee crisis that is a result of this emergency. We educate, protect, advocate, provide and empower the North Korean people so that one day they will have the opportunity to live in true freedom.
Spread the word. See you Tuesday.