Comfort Women: History, Justice, Atonement

April 7, 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Center for Korean Studies

During World War II, the Imperial Japanese Military forced numerous young women to become sexual slaves for soldiers. They were called “comfort women.” Bringing justice and atonement to this issue is a global effort, but it is often met with frustrating elements like the Ramseyer article. In light of recent controversies, the Center for Korean Studies is hosting the webinar, “Comfort Women: History, Justice, Atonement.”

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