Dae-Han Song

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Dae-Han Song is the Policy and Research Coordinator at the International Strategy Center (goisc.org/home), an organization in Korea focused on building bridges between social movements in Korea and those abroad. He is a graduate from the Labor/Community Strategy Center’s National School for Strategic Organizing in Los Angeles and organized in the Bus Riders Union. Previous to that, he organized API high school students in the Bay Area for Asian/Pacific Islander Youth Promoting Advocacy and Leadership (AYPAL). In 2007, he participated in Nodutdol’s DPRK Education and Exposure Program (DEEP).[1]


Board member of the Korea Policy Institute.[2]

Bus hours protest

Gabriel Strachota April 3, 2012:


Click the link http://bit.ly/HGjG0P Email the Federal Transit Administration and call on them to mandate LA Metro to give us back our million hours of bus service. Reshare! — with Haewon Asfaw, Manuel Criollo, Nicole Eng, Emilie Blattman Costello, Patrisse Cullors, Steggie Hufstedler, Emory Douglas, Cynthia Azali-Rojas, Alejandra Lemus, Francesca Contreras, Dae-Han Song, Jas Wade, Kitzia Esteva, Ashley Franklin, Chantal Coudoux, Rebecca Eleanor, Raquel Romao, Damon Gbuduala Azali-Rojas, John Bell, Snad Garrett, Tammy Bang Luu, Carla Gonzalez, Kelly Archbold, Tekoah B. Flory, Frankie Darling Palacios, Ron Gochez, Simone Andrews, Crystal McMillan, Nati C. Poder, Ami Patel, Kalil Cohen, Sunyoung Yang, Ash-Lee Henderson and Bus Riders Union.