Mission: To promote korean history and cultural appreciation, enhance korean heritage in the korean american community, provide social services to the korean community, empower the korean american community through civic education and civic participation, ensure community economic development and safe sanitary, and affordable housing for primarily low income persons in the city of los angeles, particularly koreatown.
Programs: Civic engagement - promoting and helping korean americnas and immigrants obtain american citizenship and voting rights with the greater goal of building a national movement for social change. Also, helping korean american and immigrants protect their civil rights and liberties.
immigrant rights - enhancement of the lives of korean americans and immigrants through education, advocay, culture and community services.
krc provides to ensure community economic development and safe sanitary, and affordable housing for primarily low income persons in the city of los angeles
health care is a human right. Everyone should have access to quality health care and public benefits. -ensure access to low-cost or free health care and coverage, with information in patients' primary languages -preserve and fully fund the social service 'safety net' for everyone -provide low-income immigrant women and girls with access to culturally- appropriate information necessary to make informed decisions about their reproductive health and rights. Reproductive health needs to be an integral part of our state's safety net. The korean resource center has pioneered in multiple digital and data programmatic areas among community building organizations in southern california over fifteen years.