Thursday, January 15, 2015

Today on The Signorile Show!

3:35pm ET - Noah Michelson, Executive Editor at The Huffington Post's Gay Voicesreturns to The Signorile Show today to help us close out the week with the stories making headlines in the LGBT blog-o-sphere. You can also follow Noah on facebook and twitter.

4:35pm ET - In 2011, all of the universities in North Korea were shut down for an entire year and the students were sent to work at construction sites across the country, except for the 270 students at the all-male Pyongyang University of Science and Technology or (PUST), a walled compound where portraits of Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il hang from the walls of every room, and where Suki Kim, a journalist who was born and raised in Seoul, and lives New York had accepted a job teaching English. Over the next six months, she ate three meals a day with her young students and struggled to teach them to write, all under the watchful eye of the regime. Suki joins us today in studio to talk about her new memoir Without You, There Is No Us: My Time with the Sons of North Korea’s Elite which details her experience teaching English to the sons of North Korea's ruling class during the last six months of Kim Jong-il's reign.  You can also follow Suki on twitter.

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