John Cha and Flip Cuddy will be speaking together about the "Top Ten Things You Should Know About Dosan". You will learn quite a bit about the real story behind Dosan Ahn Chang Ho. Dosan is an authentic leader with a remarkable history - much of it taking place in downtown Los Angeles. The event will be held at Moseley-Salavtori Confernce Center at Good Samaritan Hospital. Registration starts at 6:30 PM Event starts at 7:00 PM. Power point and discussion until 8:15 PM and open discussion/Q&A until 9:00 PM.
Attendees have an option to buy "Love Yourself, Love Others" a book about Dosan's Leadership philosophy. Book is in English only. John Cha translated it. You can pick up your pre-paid book at check-in table.
General Attendance is $10.00 plus Eventbrite Fee $1.49 added at time of ticket purchase. Fee includes box sandwich selection of your choice, chips, fruit and drink.
Book and Attendance Fee is $25.00 plus Eventbrite Fee $2.24 added at time of purchase. Fee includes box sandwich selection of your choice, chips, fruit and drink.
Parking will be at the Lucas Garage directly across the street from the Conference Center.
Organizer of event: March First Education Program--The March First Education Program is organized under the 3.1 Women's Association USA. This program has been created to educate the public about the historical events of the Independence Movement during the Korean Colonial Period from 1905 to 1945 when Japan planned to obliterate Korea and Korean culture from the face of the earth. This program emphasizes the Independence Movement activities of Koreans in America of the Pioneer Generation of immigrants and the activities of The March First Movement in 1919 in Korea.