Liberating North Korea

LiNK (Liberty in North Korea) seeks to rescue opressed North Korean refugees and change perceptions.

This article is from Issue 51: May/June 2011

Since 1948, harsh government restrictions have paralyzed the freedom of the people of North Korea, binding them in a country characterized by malnourishment, war, neglect, concentration camps, sex trafficking and general oppression. In the mid-’90s, severe famine silently killed more than 1 million people, and the living conditions have only worsened since, with 300,000 North Korean people risking their lives as refugees.

So why is nobody talking about it?