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 Women,” will be open from Monday, September 17 to Saturday, September 22 at the Manilatown Heritage Foundation. Many untold stories of the victims and survivors will be shared through art. Please see the attached flyer and circulate widely.
The opening ceremony on Sunday, 9/16, at 6:30 pm
Sign up for a docent tour on Monday & Tuesday at https://goo.gl/forms/n6c1CD5xiCd19NVI3
Join us at the exhibition Monday, September 17, to Friday, September 21, 2018
Wednesday, Thursday, & Saturday: 1 pm to 6 pm
Friday: 4 pm to 9 pm
Education for Social Justice Foundation’s(ESJF) mission is to provide education on past injustices relegated to the sidelines of history. Working closely with students, parents, educators, and scholars across the world, ESJF supports and empowers those seeking to right past wrongs.
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