Posted: 27 Sep 2016 07:53 AM PDT
Roger Kim is a Senior Strategy and Planning Officer on Climate, for the Democracy Alliance, through which mega donors fund many far left causes. He lives in the Bay Area and is an alumni of UCLA.
Roger Kim is a former Senior Adviser to the Mayor of San Francisco and a former Executive Director for theFreedom Road Socialist Organization front Asian Pacific Environmental Network.
In 2003, Roger Kim was leader of the campaign to oppose California’s Proposition 54, which would have prohibited classification of any individual by race, ethnicity, color or national origin.
Around the same time Roger Kim was a leader of the Korea Solidarity Committee, a support group for the world’s most repressive communist regime, the People’s Democratic Republic of Korea (North Korea).
In recent times, Kim has been active in a the far left Bay Area New Priorities Campaignand the Chinese Progressive Association (San Francisco), which is very supportive of the People’s Republic of China.
Studied at University of California, Los Angeles
In 2016 Roger Kim, was Senior Strategy and Planning Officer, Climate Democracy Alliance.
Opposing Proposition 54
Second generation Korean Americans have begun educational outreach work for the Korean community to oppose Proposition 54, in 2003. Many civic organizations are voicing their opposition to Proposition 54 which prohibits classification of any individual by race, ethnicity, color or national origin.
Three young Korean Americans -- Roger Kim (San Francisco Foundation, Fellow), Ed Lee (Californians for Justice, Campaign Manager), Dong Suh (Asian Health Services, Policy Director) -- explained why they oppose Proposition 54 and urged Korean Americans voters to parcipate in the election.
Poposition 54 was initiated by Ward Connelly, chairman of the American Civil Rights Institute, and prohibits public institutions and all organizations including schools and hospitals from classifying information about individuals according to race, ethnicity, color or national origin.
Ed Lee said, "We need demographic information to address particular experiences a racial group might have in areas of health, education and employment, and it's an important tool to stop racial discrimination and inequality." Lee explained, "If this proposition passes, racial discimination will become worse, and we won't be able to provide services that people of color need."
Dong Suh, who pointed out that the passage of the proposition will have negative consequences in areas of healthcare, said, "Demographic information has allowed us to develop special health policies for Koreans, Chinese and other Asians who are at a higher risk for Hepatitis B." He emphasized, "If this proposition passes, we will not have access to this kind of information and it will be difficult to prevent diseases for minority groups."
Roger Kim said, "We need basic data to figure out what policies are needed for Korean Americans, and we will do our best to educate Korean American voters about the facts of this proposition."
Korean American organizations who have voiced their opposition to Proposition 54 are the Korean Community Center of East Bay (KCCEB), and Korean Immigrant Workers Advocates (KIWA) and Korean Resource Center (KRC) of Los Angeles.
Proposition 54 was initially scheduled for the ballot next March, but was moved to October 7 because of the California governor recall election.
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