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Support KQ with your year end donation: Our goal is to raise a total of $5,000 by December 31, 2017. We can do this.
Dear Supporters of Korean Quarterly,
20 years ago, Korean Quarterly was published for the first time.
It started with a letter very much like this one, sent out in the summer of 1997, with one important exception. We had no newspaper to show our prospective supporters. Instead, we simply had an idea about how a newspaper would benefit the Korean American community, and what that newspaper would be like. We told people our idea and Korean Americans responded.
Now, it is 80 newspapers and 20 years later. Korean Quarterly’s independent voice and non-profit model is needed in community media more than ever.
Korean Quarterly started as a newspaper to give a voice to adopted Koreans and their families, as well as first, 1.5, and second generation Korean Americans. Although the content and reach have expanded over the years, its original purpose is just as relevant today.
We want to keep bringing you the news, opinion, critical analysis, coverage of the arts, music, film and book reviews, beautiful photography and graphics, and fun content we have produced in a lively format since 1997. And, we want to continue to support and promote the unique individuals and organizations of the Korean American community.
The 2018 Winter Olympics are in Pyeongchang, South Korea, and KQ wants to cover it. Please help us get there with your donation!
Our goal is to raise $5,000 by December 31, 2017
Thank you for being part of the community that sustains KQ!
The KQ staff and board