The Young Girl’s Statue for Peace - Comfort Women Memorial Atlanta



Georgia City Dedicates 'Comfort Women' Memorial

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City of Brookhaven,Georgia and human rights representatives held a memorial statue unveiling near Atlanta to recognize the plight of Korean "comfort women" during World War II.
One a rainy day at a new city park, hundreds of people gathered to hear speeches and give pause to the suffering of Korean girls and women forced into sexual slavery for the Japanese military during the war.
Furthermore, the memorial entitled, "Young Girl's Statue for Peace," is to serve as recognition and to raise awareness of continued human and sexual trafficking around the world.
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