Date: Fri, 7 Jan 2000 14:31:36 -0800 (PST)

The Christian Right & Korean Community

Irvine -- For the first show of the Millennium and to kick off the Winter Quarter at UCI, Subversity, a public affairs program on KUCI, features a discussion on the Christian Coalition's courting of ethnic minorities in their anti-gay crusade. Guests interviewed will be Judy Han, of the Korean Americans for Civil Rights, and Pei-Chi Chang, of the Gay and Lesbian Center in Los Angeles, who has been active on the No-on-Knight campaign. The show airs this evening from 5-6 p.m. on KUCI, 88.9 FM in Orange County, and is Web-cast at

Han has been following the involvement of Southland Korean churches with the Christian Coaltion's anti-gay campaign. Several anti-gay ads have run in the Korea Times and the Korean Central Daily, promoting the California Defense of Sexual Responsibility Act of 2000, a potential proposition slated for the November 2000 ballot. The proposition would bar public entities from "endorsing, educating, recognizing or promoting homosexuality as acceptable moral behaivor." Mor info on Han's Web-site, check out: Chang has been working to fight the Knight initiative that will appear on the March 7 California ballot. The initiative would ban gay marriages.

Listeners can dial (949) 824-5824 to chat with the guests.

Daniel C. Tsang
Host, Subversity, now Fridays, 5-6 p.m.
KUCI, 88.9 FM 
 selected shows available as RealAudio files
Subversity, KUCI, PO Box 4362, Irvine CA 92616