greenlightPartner Club Event (HCS): Greenlight to Freedom Book Discussion with Co-Author Casey Lartigue

Please join us for a conversation with Greenlight to Freedom co-author Casey Lartigue, Jr., EdM ’91, moderated by Mahalia Gayle PhD ’05, and hear the story of Songmi Han who escaped from North Korea in 2011.

Wednesday, May 3, 2023 @ 6:00pm - 7:30pm Pacific Time
Virtual event on Zoom (details sent after registration.

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Greenlight to Freedom is the story of co-author Songmi Han who was born in Geum-ya gun, Bongsan-ri in the center of North Korea about 240 kilometers from the capital of Pyongyang.  She escaped from North Korea in 2011, settling in South Korea later that year.  She is now a college student studying social welfare at a university outside of Seoul, is a keynote speaker and a North Korean Refugee Fellow at Freedom Speakers International, and happy to be living in freedom.  She is co-author of Greenlight to Freedom: A North Korean Daughter's Search for Her Mother and Herself, published in February 2022 by FSI Publishing.
Conversation with:
Casey Lartigue, Jr., ALB 1989, EdM 1991, Co-Author

Moderated by:
Mahalia Gayle, AM 1997, PhD 2005

The conversation will focus on Songmi Han's personal experience in North Korea, her escape, and her transition to living in South Korea since the workings of North Korean system was never explained to her and her family while living in North Korea.


6:00PM - 7:30PM Wed 3 May 2023, Pacific timezone

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