News and Events

Jan 20

New book:
     North Korea Kidnapped my Daughter

2008 Aug 9

In front of the White House, we appeal “NO! to delisting North Korea as a Terrorist nation.” In front of the White House, August 9, 2008, number 1 In front of the White House, August 9, 2008, number 2

Jan 23

Article and radio report:
     North Korea: Still a sponsor of terrorism?

2007 Dec 13


Web book released:
     The Families

Sep 1 -- Sep 4

We called out 83,418 names of the abductees held in North Korea, day and night, non-stop.

Photo: Noon, September 1, 2007, in front of the White House
Saturday, September 1, in front of the White House.
Blue ribbons
Blue ribbons.
Photo of reading the abductee names.

ReACH and C.H.N.K. (Citizen’s Coalition for Human Right of Abductees and North Korean Refugees) jointly appealed to the world to free all the abductees held in North Korea.

We read the names of 83,418 abductees, starting at noon, Saturday 9/1/2007, and continuing into Tuesday 9/4/2007, at Lafayette Park in front of the White House. We read the names day and night, non-stop.

Photo: Blue ribbons
A mother and her daughter.
Photo: A sightseer from Spain.
A sightseer from Spain.
Photo: Day and night, non-stop.
Day and night, non-stop.
Aug 6

"ABDUCTION: The Megumi Yokota Story" Coming Soon to DVD

Photo: ABDUCTION DVD Cover

An award-winning documentary film on the abduction of 13-year-old Megumi Yokota by North Korean spies will be released on DVD in the United States this September.

Go to www.abductionfilm.com for more details.