Comfort Women Justice Coalition (CWJC) Fourth Anniversary Event
Please join CWJC in commemorating the Fourth Anniversary of the installation of the Column of Strength Monument in San Francisco. 2021 also marks the 30th anniversary of the testimony of Kim Hak-sun, the first Comfort Woman survivor to come forward publicly. She is a key figure in the Column of Strength. During the commemoration, we will recognize Kim Hak-sun’s groundbreaking testimony and share a special announcement. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The ‘Comfort Women’ Justice Coalition is a grassroots, multi-ethnic and multi-national group of individuals and organizations that are part of the global “Comfort Women” Justice Movement. They are guided by the powerful leadership of the grandmothers (the surviving “Comfort Women”) themselves. In 2017, they unveiled the memorial Comfort Women: Column of Strength in San Francisco to remember the hundreds of thousands of women and girls sexually enslaved by the Japanese Imperial Army from the early 1930s to 1945 and to educate the public about their history. The memorial symbolizes their international resolve never to let that atrocity be repeated, and the memorial is also a reverent testament to all those who have been victims of sexual violence and sex trafficking.