Korean American Forum of California
“We believe in women’s rights not to be violated during war times and want the world to realize the intensity of such crime through learning about the Sexual Slavery case. It is our hope that we do our humble part in stopping the crime against women and children during wars.”
View the Bill Summary of 110th Congress regarding “comfort women” and messages from congressmen Mike Honda.
Expression of sincere apology
German Chancellor Willy Brandt dropped to his knees.
Wall Street Journal:
Lost in the Wrangle: Justice for Comfort Women
Obama says Japan’s wartime sex slavery was ‘terrible’ violation
“Violence Against Women Must Be Recognized and Stopped Around the World”
In search of justice in the case of Military Sexual Slavery by Japan (commonly known as ‘Comfort Women’), a handful of residents in California joined a national grassroots movement to successfully pass the House Resolution 121, aka ‘Comfort Women Resolution’, which passed on July 30, 2007.
In an effort to continue to raise awareness regarding the unresolved history and to push the government of Japan to formally acknowledge and apologize for the Military Sexual Slavery, Korean American Forum of California was formed a few years later. Our first effort is to build ‘Comfort Women’ memorials in California, also a national grassroots effort in the US, as a way to continue to put pressure of the government of Japan and to raise public awareness.