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ISAAC Director, Young Lee Hertig, Comments on Glendale Comfort Women Memorial

July 18, 2013

Comfort Women Memorial. Photo Credit: Glendale News Press

“During the mid ’80s and early ’90s, I had been involved with Korean American panels with Korean comfort women. There was a Methodist female clergy woman who provided tireless leadership to awaken the public to advocate for their dignity and releasing their han. What was inspiring back then was how Japanese progressive leaders spearheaded the movement. Times really have changed after two decades of Japanese revisionist history distorting the truths about comfort women and blaming the victims. [CONTINUE READING HERE]

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