This video from Australia is called Japan’s wartime atrocities: Japanese Army’s Sex Slaves.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Ex-sex slave rallies for justice
JAPAN: A Filipina former sex slave and her supporters gathered today [Sunday 11 August 2013] to renew demands that the government does more to bring justice to the victims of the country’s wartime sex slavery.
Eighty-three-year-old Estelita Dy and her supporters met in Tokyo today as part of events to commemorate the day the first sex slave victim came forward in South Korea on August 14 1991.
They are trying to promote international support to register August 14 as an official UN memorial day.
- Ex-Sex Slave, Supporters Demand Justice From Japan – ABC News (abcnews.go.com)
- Former sex slaves and supporters gather to pursue justice from Japan (japandailypress.com)
- Ex-sex slave, supporters gather to demand justice for victims of Japan’s wartime sex slavery (theglobeandmail.com)
wow! what a woman! and what a powerful story. I hope she gets what she is hoping for… and more.
Indeed; and for other other ex-sex slaves too.
absolutely. it’s hideous beyond words what has been done to them. whatever can bring them some peace, justice and dignity should be done- NOW!
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