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...
Dosan’s Historical Footsteps

Dosan’s Historical Footsteps

Dosan (島山) Ahn, Changho (安昌浩) is a Korean American pioneer who immigrated to SF in early 1900s. He was a Korean independence activist and a leader of the Korean-American immigrants. He first settled at Chinatown in SF with his wife Helen. When Japan occupied Korea and took over the control, he fought against Japan for Korea’s independence.

E4SJF “Comfort Women” Symposium

E4SJF “Comfort Women” Symposium

Education for Social Justice Foundation (E4SJF) held “Comfort Women” Symposium at San Francisco State University (SFSU) and UC Berkeley (UCB) on October 5th and 6th, respectively. Two Scholars from Korea, Dr. Myungsuk Yun and Professor Mikyoung Kim presented their...