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April 24, 1994 | JAKE DOHERTY
Korean American workers who lost their jobs when businesses were damaged or destroyed in the 1992 riots are among the unrest's hidden victims, according to a survey to be released this week, and two out of five of them are still unemployed. Korean Immigrant Workers Advocates asked a sample of displaced Korean American workers in December if they had found new jobs and what level of assistance they received from the government and other sources.
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NEWS
April 24, 1994 | JAKE DOHERTY
Korean American workers who lost their jobs when businesses were damaged or destroyed in the 1992 riots are among the unrest's hidden victims, according to a survey to be released this week, and two out of five of them are still unemployed. Korean Immigrant Workers Advocates asked a sample of displaced Korean American workers in December if they had found new jobs and what level of assistance they received from the government and other sources.
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December 27, 1992 | JAKE DOHERTY
Two surveys of Korean-American merchants whose businesses were damaged in the spring riots have found that financial and administrative difficulties continue to hamper rebuilding efforts. The Korean-American Inter-Agency Council, a consortium of community groups organized to aid riot victims, last week released the results of a telephone survey of 322 of the more than 2,000 Korean-American merchants and their families whose businesses were destroyed or damaged in the riots.
NEWS
August 15, 1993 | DIANE SEO
While staring at the maze of hotels, office towers and traditional Korean palaces that line the streets of downtown Seoul, Hae Ok Sung can't help but question her plans to move to the United States. On one hand, the lifelong Seoul resident relishes the thought of emigrating to Los Angeles to be reunited with her mother and two sisters.
NEWS
August 15, 1993 | DIANE SEO
While staring at the maze of hotels, office towers and traditional Korean palaces that line the streets of downtown Seoul, Hae Ok Sung can't help but question her plans to move to the United States. On one hand, the lifelong Seoul resident relishes the thought of emigrating to Los Angeles to be reunited with her mother and two sisters.
NEWS
December 27, 1992 | JAKE DOHERTY
Two surveys of Korean-American merchants whose businesses were damaged in the spring riots have found that financial and administrative difficulties continue to hamper rebuilding efforts. The Korean-American Inter-Agency Council, a consortium of community groups organized to aid riot victims, last week released the results of a telephone survey of 322 of the more than 2,000 Korean-American merchants and their families whose businesses were destroyed or damaged in the riots.
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