No Matter What Your Opinion Is

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Title

No Matter What Your Opinion Is

Language

English

Description

"No matter what your opinion is, the act of ignoring and erasing the truth can never be forgiven"
"It depicts part of the comfort women statue in San Fransisco. Recently, the statue caused Osaka to sever sister city ties with San Fransisco. Comfort women were women forced into sexual slavery by Imperial Japan, mainly in China, Korea, and the Philippines. Japan is currently denying that these women existed, while Korea has started multiple funds to help support the surviving women. The embroidery is to raise awareness that these women exist and need to be recognized as a casualty of World War II."

Creator

Marley Perry

Source

http://womenandwar.net/kr/about-us/

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Original Format

Embroidered Cloth

Files

IMG_1511.jpeg

Citation

Marley Perry, “No Matter What Your Opinion Is,” Embroidering for Peace and Memory, accessed March 28, 2020, http://embroidery.unfdhi.org/items/show/245.

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