‘Comfort Women’ Controversy Comes to New York

By FRANKIE EDOZIEN NEW YORK — Every Wednesday since January 1992, protestors have held a demonstration outside the Japanese embassy in Seoul demanding an official apology and compensation from the Japanese government for women held in soldier brothels during World War II. Now, a New York lawmaker’s proposal to memorialize the plight of the women,… Continue reading ‘Comfort Women’ Controversy Comes to New York