Bringing Justice for the "comfort women"

“Comfort Women” Poster Contest

KAFC presents The 1st Annual   “Comfort Women” Poster Drawing Contest We are calling middle and high school students to submit posters that promote the issue of “Comfort Women.”  The theme is “My interpretation of the Peace Monument” Winners will be awarded with cash prizes and certificates.  Entries will be evaluated by middle school and high school groups.   All participants who attend the award ceremony Read more about “Comfort Women” Poster Contest[…]

SAVE THE DATE!! 5th Anniversary of the Glendale Peace Monument!!

5th Anniversary of Glendale Peace Monument!! “The Peace Monument put Glendale on the World Map” Since the City of Glenale installed the Peace Monument in its public park in 2013, the history revisionists fought hard to stop and remove the Peace Monument through letters, visits by Japanese politicians, and the lawsuit that went all the Read more about SAVE THE DATE!! 5th Anniversary of the Glendale Peace Monument!![…]

Fort Lee students give voice to ‘comfort women’ abused during World War II

The New “Comfort Women” Memorial in Fort Lee, New Jersey     After two years of hard work of studying the issue, persuading the City officials and raising fund, the YCFL (Youth Council of Fort Lee) – a student organization led by Korean American high school students in Fort Lee, New Jersey – successfully unveiled Read more about Fort Lee students give voice to ‘comfort women’ abused during World War II[…]

College Lecture Series – UCLA

  UCLA Asian Pacific Islanders Caucus and Alpha Education (Canada) hosted a talk about “Comfort Women” issue with Phyllis Kim from KAFC and Kathy Masaoka from NCRR. “Within Every Woman”, a shorter version of the award-winning documentary “The Apology” was shown before the talk. Thank you API Caucus and other students for your enthusiastic participation Read more about College Lecture Series – UCLA[…]

College Lecture Series – Santa Clara University

Santa Clara KSA invited Phyllis Kim of KAFC to screen “The Apology” and have a in-depth discussion about the unresolved “Comfort Women” issue. Many students broke into tears watching the powerful documentary and they were enthusiastic to learn about the issue, asking many questions. Thank you, KSA for your hospitality and inviting diverse group of Read more about College Lecture Series – Santa Clara University[…]

San Francisco unveils her own “Comfort Women” Statue!

After two years of hard-work and half-a-million dollar fundraising, CWJC unveiled the “Comfort Women” Memorial by artist Steven Whyte on September 22, 2017 in the centrally located St. Mary’s Square annex in San Francisco downtown. Hundreds of supporters around the globe, including one of the most prominent survivors of the Japanese military sexual slavery, Grandma Read more about San Francisco unveils her own “Comfort Women” Statue![…]

YOU ARE INVITED! KAFC Annual Dinner – September 30, 2017

KAFC Anniversary Dinner Our campaign to bring justice for the Grandmas are winning the fight against the government of Japan   Along with the Grandmas and grassroots movement around the world, KAFC has been leading the fight to bring justice and honor back to all victims of Japanese military sexual slavery for the past 10 Read more about YOU ARE INVITED! KAFC Annual Dinner – September 30, 2017[…]

Brookhaven unveils “Girl Statue” in a city park near Atlanta, GA

  The City of Brookhaven held the Unveiling Ceremony for the ‘Comfort Women’ Girl’s Statue for Peace on June 30th, amid Japan’s Consul General to Alanta’s blatant and ludicrous denial of this dark history during WWII. Click here to see the report from the local TV station WSB Atlanta. Click here to read the report from Read more about Brookhaven unveils “Girl Statue” in a city park near Atlanta, GA[…]