IMG_3616On February 27, 2013, the first class of the Korean American Civic Empowerment (KACE) and the Kupferberg Holocaust Center’s East Asian History Internship was held.

The first session of the Internship Program went very well, and many students applied to be in the second session. A total of eleven students have been accepted as interns. For 12 weeks, these interns will be educated about the history of East Asia, specializing on Japanese war crimes, and the Comfort Women issue. At the last part of the internship, the interns will interview Comfort Women survivors from Korea, Australia, and the Philippines.

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This internship program aims to educate about Japanese war crimes and the Comfort Women issue to American college students, and raise awareness of human rights in the United States.

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