Previously referred to as the 'Comfort Women,' many of these now-elderly women were taken at young ages and forced into years of sexual servitude to the Japanese troops in various occupied Asian nations. Each Wednesday, a handful of them make an appearance at the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, South Korea, to actively seek justice for these atrocities. To date, the Japanese government has never formally acknowledged the existence of an organized sexual slavery system, despite piles of documented evidence and testimony. Learn more at

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