Museum Promotes US $ 4 Million Grant

Monday, August 12, 2019

The California government has given $ 4 million in funding to the US-Korea Museum Project to systematically preserve the immigration history and culture of the Korean American community.

On Monday, the state gave $ 4 million in support to the political and community leaders of California and LA, along with the directors of the Korean-American Museum, on the Southwestern corner of the US-Korea Museum, Town 6 and Vermont.

The grant was led by Congressman Miguel Santiago, a Korean-town district, joined by Senator Holly Mitchell, Senator Maria Drago, and Assemblyman Sharon Quick Silva.