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ICYMI: Bush Institute experts called upon to discuss US-NK Summit

June 14, 2018 by Miriam Spradling
This week, the Bush Institute worked to further its long-held belief that human rights must be part of every conversation with North Korea. The Bush Institute’s Human Freedom team pointed the spotlight on the North Korean people in media interviews and on social media.

While North Korea’s nuclear disarmament, sanctions, and military exercises grabbed the biggest headlines this week, the Bush Institute worked to further its long-held belief that human rights must also be part of every conversation with North Korea. The Bush Institute’s Human Freedom team pointed the spotlight on the North Korean people on social media and in media interviews with Lindsay Lloyd and Jieun Pyun.

Print:
North Korean defectors say human rights must be on table at summit
ABC News
Featuring: Lindsay Lloyd

Bush Center highlights North Korean human rights abuses after summit
The Hill

Broadcast:
North Korea ‘one of the worst places on earth’ for human rights, Dallas expert says
WFAA 8
Featuring: Lindsay Lloyd and Jieun Pyun

Radio:
Is Trump serious enough about North Korea’s human rights violations?
The Simi Sam Show (Vancouver)
Featuring: Lindsay Lloyd

YouTube:
Two-Minute Take: U.S-North Korea Summit
Featuring: Lindsay Lloyd

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Miriam Spradling
Miriam Spradling

Miriam Spradling serves as Senior Manager, Communications for the George W. Bush Presidential Center, where she focuses on the Bush Institute’s global initiatives.

Prior to joining the Bush Center, Miriam was an Assistant Director of External Relations at Stanford Law School, managing recent graduate engagement, direct appeals, and the class gift campaign. Before Stanford, Miriam worked for MD Anderson Cancer Center as a Communications Specialist. In that role, she provided writing, video production, and media relations support. Miriam also worked for ABC13 in Houston as an Associate Producer.

Miriam graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in business. As a student, she completed multiple internships, including roles with former Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, Texas Monthly, ESPNU, and ABC News.

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