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“Laban for the Lolas! Fight for Comfort Women!”

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Demonstrating former “Comfort Women”

As a Fulbright Senior Research Scholar, M. Evalina Galang traveled to the Philippines to explore the stories of the surviving Filipina Comfort Women for her collection of essays, Lola’s House —  Women Living With War .  She has commented as follows to the Comfort Women Demand Justice thread, but I believe her comment deserves its own blog post.  Please visit and read her amazing blog as well.  I am adding it to the blogroll

Please sign, support and spread the news about the petition to support Comfort Women House Resolution 121-1H in Congress.

It is a statement expressing Japan’s need to take responsiblity, make formal apologies to the 200,000 Comfort Women and their families, pay compensation and give them their much earned place in history.

To Sign the Petition Go To: http://www.gopetition.com/online/11466.html
To read more about surviving Filipina Comfort Women and the current struggle go to Labanforthelolas.blogspot.com.

Respectfully,

M. Evelina Galang
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2 thoughts on ““Laban for the Lolas! Fight for Comfort Women!”

  1. Thank you so much for your comment and for your amazing blog. I will spread the word about the petition.

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    Posted by womensspace | March 18, 2007, 3:34 pm

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