A survivor recounts her experience in the Japanese Imperial Army's institutionalized system of sexual enslavement during World War II and her struggle to win recognition and reparations.

Filipino Survivor Recounts Her Struggle As A ‘Comfort Woman’ In Japan

By Julie McCarthy NPR
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