While Time Remains
North Korean defector and human rights advocate Yeonmi Park talked about political indoctrination and censorship in the United States. This event, held at Roanoke College in Virginia, was hosted by Young America’s Foundation.
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Alice Kassens Professor Roanoke College->Economics
Yeonmi Park Author
Kathy Wolfe Vice President and Dean Roanoke College->Academic Affairs
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