Nancy Kim

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Nancy Kim

Supporting Bernie working group

In July 2019 Over 25 members in good standing of Los Angeles Democratic Socialists of America submitted a proposal to form a new working group to support Bernie Sanders' 2020 presidential primary campaign to DSA-LA’s Steering Committee by way of regular processes.

They were Kyle Gregory, Steve Couch, Katrina Bergstrom, Marlin Medrano, Gabe Gabrielsky, Olivia Gamboa, Jorge Gamboa, Staci O'Neal-Robinson, Erin O'Neal-Robinson, Casey Ramirez, Erika Alvarez, Victor Alvarez, Alex Wolinetz, Ezra Pugh, Brandon Rey Ramirez, Simone Baptiste, Arun Ravendhran, John Seeley, Barry Eidlin, Tej Bhakta, Ryan Andrews, Eric Pierce, Jonathan Koch, Angelica Duenas, Alice Brown, Jeanna Harris, Francisco Cendejas, Robert Nelson, Marguerite “Peggy” Renner, Nancy Kim, Josh Goodman, Amy Clark, Paloma Nafarrate, Wendy Ruiz, Charles Du.[1][2]

Standing for AD 53

In 2019 Nancy Kim stood from AD 53 for the California Democratic Party Central Committee.

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Nancy is a trilingual union organizer for California Nurses Association/National Nurses United. Born and raised in Koreatown, Los Angeles — she has experience working with various local community organizations, including Koreatown Youth & Community Center (KYCC) and Children’s Bureau Magnolia Place to empower her local community. She is a member of Progressive Asian Network for Action (PANA; formerly AAPI for Bernie Sanders), Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), and a former GWNC Neighborhood Councilmember and former supervolunteer & PLEO Delegate for U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders at the Democratic National Convention in 2016.

She is very passionate about public campaign finance, Medicare-for-All, rent control, a humane & compassionate immigration policy reform and strengthening labor unions and public education in the U.S. She understands that elected delegates alone cannot implement the aforementioned policies by merely fulfilling the minimum requirements of a delegate (i.e. attending annual conventions of the California Democratic Party to endorse Party officials, ballots, resolutions and statewide legislative/congressional candidates.)

Working class Angelenos want to see positive change in the quality of life for our families and neighbors. This can be propelled by delegates who work together with the local grassroots of Los Angeles across different ethnic communities and progressive organizations through collection action in solidarity. Nancy believes delegates are also most effective when they wear multiple hats as a community organizer, a whistleblower, and a researcher — because an active, informed citizenry is key to building a true democracy. Vote #TeamOrdinaryCitizen & power to the People!!![3]

Anti ICE protest

NoBS Media February 17, 2018:

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With Reggie Wong, Cecilia Velasco, Qwazi Vs, Reuben Olivas, Mary Tokita, Virginia Watanabe, Janice Kehr, Lesley Kushner, Kate Savage, Nancy Kim, Tahbarri Clendinen, Heron Carrillo, Jonathan Klein, Jasmine Mendoza, Helga Rodriguez, Keith Anthony Sikora, Ivy Quicho, Stevie Jay, Noemi Tungui, Jas Lo, Hsingii Tseng Bird, Huitzilopochtli Naui, Ellie Sugarman, Hambis Charalambous and Gee Chang in Los Angeles, California.

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