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Pioneer Stories: Korean American Women in Los Angeles


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Susan Ahn Cuddy, the daughter of the renowned leader of the Korean Independence Movement and civil rights activist Dosan Ahn Chang Ho, recalls stories of her pioneering mother Helen Ahn and what it was like as a young woman growing up in Los Angeles’ multi-ethnic community in the early 1900s.