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This audiobook contains a collection of thirteen research essays by those identified as future leaders of the Korean-American community on topics, such as China (Minjae Kim), labor unrest of early 1900s (James DongHwi Kim), the hostile relationship between Korean-Americans and African-Americans (Julius Im), Alexander Graham Bell (Hoon Ho Jang), Alzheimer's Disease (Edward Lee), Heart Attacks (Hyang Ki Lee), Coco Chanel (Julia Jeon), Thomas Edison (Kevin Lee), Bill Gates (Esther Lee), Steve Jobs (Amy Jeon), Henry Ford (Billy Kim), Ray Bradbury (James Kim), and Benjamin Franklin (Martin Kim).
This book was edited by Minjae Kim, who is a student at New York University in the City of New York, who is very active in NYU's student Catholic programs. Minjae aspires to be a human rights lawyer. She is a citizen of South Korea.