Against Japanese "Comfort Women" Denialism in the U.S.

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Emi Koyama's "Against Japanese 'Comfort Women' Denialism in the U.S." was written in response to the recent rise of Japanese right-wing nationalist activities among some of the Japanese residents in Southern California (not Japanese Americans, but Japanese people from Japan), especially their campaign against resolutions, memorials, and other recognitions of Japanese "comfort women" during the WWII by U.S. cities. This zine analyzes the "talking points" of Japanese right-wing nationalists, and applies the same nuanced approach to the issue of "comfort women" that the author (a co-founder of Japan-U.S. Feminist Network for Decolonization) has advocated for in the contemporary anti-trafficking movement for many years, pointing out precisely what responsibilities Japanese government bears.

Product CodeAGAXRICH69
ManufacturerConfluere Publications
ConditionNew


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