San Francisco High Schools to Get “Comfort Women” Books

San Francisco High Schools to Get “Comfort Women” Books

Originally Posted on The Korea Herald A nongovernmental group said Monday it will distribute books on the history of the so-called “comfort women” and related issues later this month to 18 high schools in the San Francisco area. The San Francisco-based Education for...
Truth & Justice: Remembering “Comfort Women”

Truth & Justice: Remembering “Comfort Women”

Don’t miss this rare opportunity! The Korean Council and Education for Social Justice Foundation invite you to the first San Francisco exhibition on Japanese military sex slaves, known as “comfort women.” The exhibition, Truth & Justice: Remembering “Comfort...
7th Anniversary of Glendale “Comfort Women” Day

7th Anniversary of Glendale “Comfort Women” Day

Sung Sohn attended the 7th anniversary of Glendale “Comfort Women” Day opening reception on Saturday, July 28 at 5 pm at Downtown Central Library Auditorium. The 7th anniversary kicked off with the “Do the Right Thing: Comfort Women Resist” exhibition in Downtown...
The Sixth International Comfort Women Day in Seoul

The Sixth International Comfort Women Day in Seoul

This powerful footage is from the Korean Council. Please see the translation below the footage. “I attend the Wednesday Rally to let the world know that we suffered grave pain. History is alive, so I hope that the Japanese Government will stop revising the history and...