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IHOP Brunch

Nicole Okai ’14 has got one delicious invitation for you:

International House’s 2nd Annual IHOP Fundraiser for LiNK (Liberty in North Korea), Relay for Life and Food not Bombs! It’s gonna be this Saturday and it’s gonna be delicious!Come and enjoy awesome delicious, Beyonce-approved (not legally but spiritually) pancakes from all different cultures:

Chinese scallion pancakes
French crepes
Dutch pannekoek pancakes
Jewish potato latkes
American rainbow flapjacks
Japanese okonomiyaki
Korean kimchi pancakes
Ramadan al-qatayef pancakes 

**Tickets are still selling in Usdan Friday during lunch and dinner times, and will be sold at the event too! $3 or a canned good for a ticket. Proceeds go to the 3 charities!*** 

Co-sponsored by: The Bayit, French Hall, Community Service House, Open House, Japanese Hall, Turath House, Relay for Life, LiNK, ResLife

Date: Tomorrow, April 27
Time: 11:00AM-12:00PM
Place: Usdan Courtyard

Liberty in North Korea Film Screening: The People’s Crisis

Know what’s going on in North Korea post-Kim Jong-il? Me neither, but Michelle Kae ’12 has you covered:

The unexpected death of Kim Jong-il last December spurred much speculation regarding North Korea’s political relationships and human rights issues. Liberty in North Korea will be hosting a documentary screening of “The People’s Crisis” to facilitate awareness and discussion regarding the 24 million people living in North Korea today.

If you’d like to learn more about LiNK and how you can become involved, check out our op-ed published in the Argus last semester!

Date: Tuesday, March 27
Time: 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Place: PAC 002
Cost:Free. Bring $$ for awesome merchandise, though.

LiNK Film Screening of “Hiding”

The Wesleyan chapter of LiNK (Liberty in North Korea) will be hosting a free screening of the film “Hiding” this Wednesday evening.  The film exposes the life of 5 North Korean refugees hiding in China and their attempt to ultimately escape.  While in China, individuals like the ones featured in this film risk repatriation by the Chinese government and subsequent imprisonment upon return to North Korea.  Please join us to learn more about this crisis and support LiNK in their mission to aid North Korean refugees in their struggle for freedom.  There will be a chance to buy LiNK merchandise, make donations, and speak to representatives from the organization for more information.  Food will be provided at the event.

Check out our facebook group

…and the “Hiding” preview

  • Date: Wednesday, April 6
  • Time: 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM
  • Place: Judd 116
  • Cost: Free