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Human Brutality and Dignity: To Commemorate the 40th Anniversary of Kwangju Uprising on the May 18th, 1980

Thousands of Kwangju citizens in the city square during the Kwangju uprising

May 1, 2020-June 30, 2020
Location: Online

Human Brutality and Dignity: To Commemorate the 40th Anniversary of Kwangju Uprising on the May 18th, 1980

This online exhibit Human Brutality and Dignity is held to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Kwangju Uprising, a pivotal moment in Korean history and in the movement for democracy. It highlights how we remember the event with collections of records and the memory to reconcile the past, shape our identity, and to move forward. This exhibit is organized by Korea Collection at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Library and LIS student Minyoung Chung. Visit the Online Exhibit
Human Brutality and Dignity: To Commemorate the 40th anniversary of kwangju uprising on may 18th 1980What happened in kwangju, south korea U.S. Records relating to May 18 Records Power and Money Art & Reconciliation Thousands of Kwangju citizens in the city square during the Kwangju uprising

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