Education for Social Justice Foundation(ESJF)’s Executive Director Sung Sohn spoke at the 1,342nd “Wednesday Rally,” a weekly protest in support of “comfort women” being held across from the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, Korea. The Korean Council for the Women Drafted for Military Sexual Slavery in Japan (Jung Dae Hyup in Korean) has been holding these rallies since January 8, 1992. Sohn shared an update on the activities of ESJF and the rally attendees responded with enthusiasm.
At the rally, a few activists and scholars from other countries and other parts of the U.S. asked about the ESJF’s publication and asked to work together.
New Jersey Alliance for Learning and Preserving the History of World War II in Asia
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