Actress Sandra Oh is in a PSA on the North Korean Refugee Adoption Act. This Act (H.R. 1464 and S. 416) would make it easier to adopt refugee children and reduce waiting time for adopting refugee children. Your support is crucial in encouraging members of Congress to pass this bill.
The North Korean Refugee Adoption Act, if passed, would allow Americans to adopt refugee orphans who have fled the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) to neighboring countries such as Mongolia, Thailand and other Southeast Asian countries. These children are struggling in harsh circumstances, and run the risk of being sent back to DPRK. According to the World Food Program, DPRK faces regular food shortages, and one in three North Korean children under five are chronically malnourished.
Learn more about this bill here.
Sandra Oh on North Korean Refugee Adoption Act
Updated video : Sandra Oh on North Korean Refugee Adoption Act