Hannah Song – Liberty in North Korea

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Coffee at Ground Zero
North Korean Border
Accidental CEO

Today on The Pursuit: Hannah Song

Hannah’s journey takes her from teenage angst to self-loathing, to Ground Zero after 9/11, to the border of North Korea. And all along the journey, her resilience and conviction has carried her to become the CEO of Liberty in North Korea.  
Adam Taylor - Sojourners
Adam Taylor - Sojourners

 

Show notes:

Liberty in North Korea (LINK): Website, Twitter 
Hannah Song: Twitter
The New Activist Podcast: Episode with Hannah Song

 

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Richard Lee is a sought-after speaker on issues of justice and the Church, speaking at churches across the nation for the last 20 years. His TEDx talk “Slavery Still Exists. Here’s How to End It.” can be found on the TED.com website.

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