Wartime sex-slave memorial’s inscription finalized

The San Francisco Arts Commission’s Visual Arts Committee at its Jan. 18 meeting unanimously approved — with amendments — the proposed inscription for the “comfort women” memorial statue, which will be erected on Saint Mary’s Square. The inscription will be printed on a plate that will be installed on the statue. Created by Steven Whyte, […]

Proposed memorial in S.F. for sex slaves causes divided opinions

A proposal to create a memorial in San Francisco for the so-called “comfort women,” has created a controversy within the city’s Japanese American community following the resolution’s introduction to the city’s Board of Supervisors July 14. The resolution, sponsored by Supervisor Eric Mar of San Francisco’s District 1, urges San Francisco to establish a memorial […]

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