Alliance for Preserving the Truth of Sino-Japanese War (APTSJW)
APTSJW is a Northern California based grassroots organization dedicated to preserve the truth of the painful history of the Sino-Japanese War (1931-1945). APTSJW provides infrastructural support to research and educational organizations sharing the same conviction, and makes constructive recommendations to all concerned parties to heal old wounds, bring past conflicts to final closure, and lay the foundation for peace and prosperity in the region. There is no ill feeling or hatred towards the Japanese people. The Japanese civilians, in fact, were also the victims of a handful of Japanese militarists who brought unspeakable horror to permanently scar the victimized scar the victimized nations, including Japan.
ALPHA Education is an educational NGO, non-profit, and registered charity in Canada that promotes a critical-historical investigation of the events of World War II in Asia. Their mission is to foster awareness of an often overlooked aspect of World War II history, in the interest of furthering the values of justice, peace, and reconciliation, both for survivors of the past and for those who shape the historical narratives of the present and future.
Bataan Legacy Historical Society
Bataan Legacy Historical Society was created as a response to the lack of information on the Filipino defenders of Bataan. It began during public readings of a historical novel, In Her Mother’s Image, written by the founder of the organization, Cecilia I. Gaerlan.
Eclipse Rising was founded in 2008 as the first US-based organization for zainichi justice, community empowerment and reunification. In solidarity with other oppressed communities impacted by Japan’s imperial system and US Empire, and a global network of racist, sexist and colonial forces, particularly through promotion of trans-pacific alliances, Eclipse Rising seeks to strengthen the zainichi voice for liberation of all peoples.
Facing History and Ourselves
Facing History and Ourselves is a nonprofit international educational and professional development organization.Our mission is to engage students of diverse backgrounds in an examination of racism, prejudice, and antisemitism in order to promote the development of a more humane and informed citizenry.
Fight for Justice Website
The Japanese Military “Comfort Women” Issue Website Production Committee was established mainly by two organizations: Violence Against Women in War Research Action Center (VAWW RAC/the successor organization to VAWW-NET JAPAN) and the Center for Research and Documentation on Japan’s War Responsibility, which has made fact-finding and issue-resolving efforts on the “Comfort Women” issue for more than twenty years. In cooperation and coordination with researchers, experts, technicians, journalists, artists and citizens’ organizations, and others supporting the mission of this site, they decided to create a well-made and reliable website addressing the facts of the “Comfort Women” issue. Information is mainly provided in Japanese at present, but efforts are underway to provide information in multiple languages including English in the future. Available in English, Korean, and
GABRIELA Alliance of Filipino Women
We aspire for a sovereign society free from foreign domination and intervention; with a self-reliant economy geared towards the people’s needs and gives equal value to the role of women in production; where land belongs to the tillers and recognizes women’s equal right to own land; a democratic government where the people’s rights – including women’s rights - are upheld, respected and guaranteed and women political participation is ensured and; a socio-cultural system that is devoid of patriarchal values, gender oppression, discrimination and violence. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance for Military Sex Slaves by Japan (The Korean Council)
New Jersey Alliance for Learning and Preserving the History of World War II in Asia (NJ-ALPHA)
The goal of the “New Jersey-Alliance for Learning and Preserving the History of WWII in Asia” (NJ-ALPHA) is to bring this long neglected chapter of history into the schools as part of the school curriculum. They have already made a good start in this effort by working in partnership with the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education.
We, the Nikkei Resisters, recognize that our incarceration has fueled our fight for justice. We oppose President Trump’s attempts to use our incarceration to justify today's anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant campaigns. We condemn any attempt to enact a Muslim ban or registry. We will defend undocumented immigrants from the threat of deportation. We oppose the historic disenfranchisement of Native Americans. We stand in support of Black Lives Matter and an end to mass incarceration. We, the Nikkei Resisters, are opposed to all forms of social injustice and discrimination based on race, religion, national origin, gender identity, or sexual orientation.
We, the Nikkei Resisters, know from our history that the Bill of Rights will not enforce itself. We know that democracy can only survive if we defend the rights of others and hold those in power accountable.
The goal of Pacific Atrocities Education is to inform others about such acts of genocide and other atrocities committed against Asian Pacific peoples during 1931-1945 because of bias, prejudice and discrimination.
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