Petition to Canada for Nanjing Massacre Day

Petition to the Government of Canada to Establish Nanjing Massacre Commemorative Day 訂定南京大屠殺紀念日請願書 Enter your information below to support our electronic petition calling on the Government to establish Nanjing Massacre Commemorative Day or print your own...

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...

ESJF Meets Pacific Atrocities Education in SF

On Tuesday, July 10th, Sung Sohn provided historical background on the issues of “comfort women” to summer interns at Pacific Atrocities Education in San Francisco. Four interns made many insightful comments and posed questions about the topic. Together,...

Kim Hak-sun

Kim Hak-sun was the first woman to come forward about the plight of the comfort woman. As the first to share her story, she helped to bring to the public’s attention the issue of Japanese sex slavery during the Pacific War when she went public with her story in August, 1991.

Jan Ruff O’Herne

Ruff-O’Herne was born in 1923 in Bandoeng in the Dutch East Indies, a former Southeast Asian colony of the Dutch Empire. During the Japanese occupation of the Dutch East Indies, O’Herne and thousands of Dutch women were forced into hard physical labor at a prisoner-of-war camp…

In Solidarity

The Korean Council for the Women Drafted for
Military Sexual Slavery by Japan (The Korean Council)

Fight for Justice
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New Jersey Alliance for Learning and Preserving the History of World War II in Asia


Pacific Atrocities


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