On June 13, KAAGNY led a delegation of Korean American community leaders to meet with Rev.
“KAAGNY is committed to promoting greater understanding and collaboration between the Black and Korean American Community,” Yoon said.
“I am grateful for the allyship of our Korean community and hope this becomes a contagious act of positivity for other communities and businesses in New York City,” Hyndman said.
While growing up in New York City and witnessing conflicts between Black and Asian American businesses, Kim was torn by seeing the communities pitted against each other.
We have a duty now more than ever to bridge cultural divides within our diverse communities.