Restore Dignity of WWII Sex Slaves
The U.S. House of Representatives passed House Resolution 121 in 2007 calling on the Japanese government to formally acknowledge, apologize, and accept its responsibility in a clear and unequivocal manner for the sexual enslavement of "comfort women."
The Japanese government has not responded to this measure although Japan and Korean did political agreement last December 2015. Moreover, early this year, Abe governemnt denied historical facts that already acknowledged by his ancestors. WCCW (Washington Coalition for Comfort Women Issues, Inc.)
stands aganst historical revisionism, and for the historical truch and justice we launced archival project to research, study, and archive the primary and secondary sources regarding the related war crimes.
WCCW's mission is to eradicate and prevent sex crimes against women by promoting public awareness of war crimes, and we are raising funds for a WCCW Webinar (web based seminar) and Archival Project. We believe that it is not only to restore the dignity of victims but also to defend and to educate human rights and women's rights for all future generations of the global world.
To participate in the webinar project please apply as a research associate; for more detail, visit our website: www.comfort-women.org
Checks payable to WCCW may be mailed to:
PO Box 60961
Potomac, MD 20859
History should be recorded in the right way!!
We are almost achieving our goal!
The goal is almost reached and we could 98% sure to have Washington Post advertisement. A little bit more!!
I can't thank you enough for your help and heart!
I apologize for my question, but I have to ask: Would not this money be better spent to assist the real current day slaves being held in North Korea to freedom? There are already numerous Comfort Women statues, but as long as there is one person held in North Korean slavery that is one too many.