Japanese politicians want to erase the history of the 200,000 women who were forced by the Japanese military into sexual slavery. Statues around the world remember the “comfort women” from places including China, Korea, the Phillipines, and Japan itself, but it’s been a battle.
Kota from Against Japanism joins us in the treaty capitol of the world.
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